We all have body parts we’d like to change or improve. But, for those dealing with loose skin after a major weight loss, you often can’t exercise it away. Now, there’s a remedy for that.
If you love Jennifer Aniston, you would probably agree that she is the girl next door. Her fans love her movies as well as her TV show, and there’s no secret that many have envied her hair, and of course, that body.
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.
What if something as simple as changing the color of your plate helped you lose weight? Or if clenching a fist put an end to a fattening craving? Turns out there are ways to trick ourselves into better health.
For all the safety features and technology you love, it has certainly made our cars fat. General Motors has a solution: NanoSteel.
If Americans believed their battle of the bulge was improving; new projections from Duke University researchers paint a dark picture in America’s fight against obesity.
We’ve all heard of the low-carb diet, and the high-protein diet. But what if all the exercise and healthy eating wasn’t enough? Could adding “cold” to your life help you lose that unwanted fat? Some people say it can if you follow the “ice diet.”
Want to get back into your favorite pair of jeans or slinky dress by the weekend? Believe it or not, there are legitimate ways to lose inches off your problem areas quickly without having to starve or work out around the clock.
Low-carb diets are so popular they can seem like the only way to go to drop the pounds. But two women are trying to show there’s a better way to lose weight that includes carbs and improves your mood at the same time.
The New Year Could Bring a New You through a medical procedure that promises to attack areas that may be a little too big without ever going under the knife.