June is Men’s Health Month. Heart Disease remains the number one killer of men and women. More than one in three adult men have some sort of heart disease. We feature Eli Sapharti, he struggled with much of his life with obesity, now he’s lost 110 pounds and written a book about how not being able to fit in an airplane seat forced him to change his life.
Some dieters who want to lose weight are taking their slim downs to a whole new level.
There’s a new tool to help dieters stay on track, which is especially helpful now in the midst of the holidays.
One secret to weight loss could be as simple as saying “no” the next time you’re at a cash register.
The problem of childhood obesity is growing at an alarming rate. An estimated 12 and half million children and teens in the United States are obese. That’s putting kids at risk for diseases that only adults used to get.
For those who have made a resolution to lose weight in 2012, here are some tips that can help you work your way to a healthier, sexier you!
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Arena Pharmaceutical’s anti-obesity pill Belviq, the first new prescription drug for long-term weight loss to enter the U.S. market in over a decade.
A South Florida man bullied as a kid for being overweight changed his life and now he’s working to change the lives of others.
David DiPlasquale of Coconut Creek battled obesity and bullying as a child. But he changed his life and has now created a program to help kids, men and women to lose weight and get back on track.
Many people may have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions to lose weight but not CBS4 Producer Alex Hernandez.
Hernandez, who battled obesity for years, decided to take on the weight loss challenge almost two years ago and his perseverance and determination has definitely paid off.