It's that time of year when sensational sweets and tempting treats surround you. Here's how you can survive the holidays without gaining weight.
If your loved ones are critical of your weight -- guess what? You're even more likely to put on some extra pounds.
Researchers says keeping food visible available around the house - outside of the kitchen - can definitely lead to poor eating habits.
A new study found that sweet and salty snacks are no match for a tired mind. In fact, sleep loss can lead to something a lot like marijuana munchies.
Frozen yogurt is everywhere, often marketed like ice cream - but what is the difference between ice cream and frozen yogurt?
To help yourself eat better, add these 5 healthy kitchen must-haves to your home!
Women who lift weights twice a week can prevent --or at least slow down - middle-age spread and weight gain, a study suggests.
Sad movies are bad news for diets.
Does eating at night make you fat? There is evidence to support the weight loss benefits of eating at the right time of day.
Dieting demands you to think about what you are eating and make changes when necessary - but those changes should be gradual and bearable.
If you've ever eaten thousands of extra calories without really realizing, here are some ways to eat fewer sweets without feeling deprived.
Does unhealthy snacking in the afternoon and evening derail your diet? Here's an easy tip to stop mindless snacking.
If you're a fan of food television, it's fine to be entertained - but if you cook many of the recipes, you could have a recipe for weight gain.
Have you ever wondered why it's so tough to put down that last slice of bacon?
Research hows that people with certain personality traits are likely to go through cycles of gaining and losing weight throughout their lives.
New research is challenging the decades-old belief that smoking cigarettes helps keep you slim... and finding out what secondhand smoke can do.
Would-be dieters miss their goals thanks in part to powerful environmental cues that are subconsciously bending willpower every day.
Cyberbullying and hurtful 'fat jokes' are disturbingly prevalent in the social media environment - and on one site in particular.
'Imperfection is beauty.' But saying it is one thing, and believing it is another.
Unsurpringly, a recent study confirmed that 'fat shaming' overweight and obese people did not help them to lose weight - but actually had the opposite effect.
If you're having a bad day, this might make it worse: A new study says that stress might make you burn fewer calories, and help you pack on the pounds.
A surprising new strategy for managing your weight? Bright morning light. Turns out there's a connection between weight loss and sunshine.
On average, satisfied newlyweds are more likely to gain weight in the early years, putting them at increased risk for various health problems.
Bulimia nervosa is a type of eating disorder, where a person eats a lot of food in a short amount of time (binging) and then tries to prevent weight gain by getting rid of the food (purging).