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The heavier men were, the more persuasive they seemed, a Cornell study found.
A doctor didn’t care enough about the fat guy in room 204 to pass on information that may have saved his life.
And here's how we could finally (maybe, one day) get the epidemic under control.
By Leora Yarboro and Elizabeth D. Krebs Heart disease is the top cause of death in the U.S. For some people with end-stage
Black teens saw more than twice as many television ads for fast food, candy, sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks compared with white teens in 2017, according to a new study.
Weight stigma remains a socially acceptable — and legal — form of bias.
A stigma expert explains why fat-shaming still happens, and why most of the ways we try to combat it don't work.
From the moment I begin my day, until I’m finally asleep again, I swallow so many indignities.
"Stepping out and doing what you believe in is scary, especially when you know your ideas are not welcomed by the majority."
Lots of fat people are healthy. Some fat people are unhealthy. All fat people deserve decency.
Doctors sound dire warnings about having a baby, even though most overweight women give birth without a problem.
Researchers say the study may have parallels with overweight humans.
Roz the Diva is a personal trainer and pole dance instructor who aims to empower other plus-size athletes.
President Donald J. Trump received his annual physical exam at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. White House physician Rear Admiral Dr. Ronny Jackson presented the exam results during the daily press briefing.
I cannot profess to know why ketogenic diets are the flavor of the week, other than the fact that there always is one of
An additional 10 percent of food dollars were spent on desserts, salty snacks, candy and sugar.
An article just published in the New England Journal of Medicine predicts the future prevalence of obesity among adults in