Slow Your Roll and Chew Your Food
Eating more slowly is an under-appreciated way to be a little healthier.
Chile's New Food Labeling Laws Have Created Creepy, Faceless Chocolate Santas
Mr. Claus is the latest fictional character banned from appearing on sweets in the country as the government attempts to curb obesity.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
For the Love of God, Please Stop Feeding This Dog
Students in Taiwan have been asked not to feed their school's guard dog, who's now a whopping 110 pounds.
The Results of the First American Gut Project Are In
In the largest citizen science experiment to date, more than 11,000 people sent poop samples to a San Diego lab.
Internalizing Stigma Is Bad For Your Health
What happens when negative stereotyping comes from within.
The Average Mexican Now Drinks 371 Bottles of Soda a Year
Free trade is making other countries fat and sick.
Why Do Americans Keep Getting Fatter?
Millions of people are trying to lose weight, and most of them will fail.
I’m Scared of Who I’ll Become After Weight Loss Surgery
"A skinny me is a complete stranger."
Elizabeth A. Johnson
Scientists Are Developing Injections That Could Stop You from Overeating
The experimental treatment, which has been tested on mice and monkeys, helped to treat obesity and diabetes, and changed food preferences.
Binge Eating Often Goes Hand in Hand With ADD
And one drug can actually treat both.
Being Lonely Is Really, Really Bad For You
The health risks may be on par with obesity.
Race and Health
People See Fat Asian-Americans as 'More American' Than Thin Ones