AMPLIFY - Health & Wellness
Here's why it's important to make sure you cut down your midriff's visceral fat.
Scientists dosed a group of volunteers with a special molecule to understand how the body processes visceral fat.
An estimated 41 million children under the age of five around the world are obese. Could something as simple as vitamin D help reverse this trend?
The skinny fat body type has been linked to heart disease and dementia.
Dinesh D'Souza was a critic of former President Barack Obama and earlier this year mocked victims of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
Scientists believe a lack of the vitamin could be associated with abdominal fat storage.
A new drug that mimics the effect of this mutation is in the early stages of development and may start clinical trials in the U.S. next year.
An increasing amount of research shows that BMI and weight are not necessarily the main indicators of a person's health.
Online guides for losing weight don't work for everyone.
Could the plummeting economy be contributing to expanding waistlines? Something is: new data released exclusively to NEWSWEEK from Gallup-Healthways shows that in the past year, the number of Americans considered obese has jumped by 1.7 percent—or almost 5.5 million people—and that the obese report a much lower quality of life than those who are at healthier weights.