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  • TV's focus on childhood obesity hits home

    TV's focus on childhood obesity hits home
    I was a pioneer of childhood obesity. By the time I was a junior in high school, I weighed more than 200 pounds. I was a fat kid before being a fat kid made you the topic of a national conversation and the first lady's pet project, back when Gatorade...
  • Michael Mosley puts his health to many tests

    Michael Mosley puts his health to many tests
    The patient in his 50s was mildly overweight, had high cholesterol and was headed down the road to diabetes. Common problems, and his doctor made the usual recommendation: medications. But the patient, Michael Mosley — a British author, journalist,...
  • Jackie Joyner-Kersee on family health

    Jackie Joyner-Kersee on family health
    Former track and field Olympic champion Jackie Joyner-Kersee is no stranger to the benefits of daily workouts and a healthful lifestyle. As a six-time medal winner, she lived her life always in her own best shape. But many kids and families today face...
  • Heart Attack Grill's unofficial spokesman dies of heart attack

    Heart Attack Grill's unofficial spokesman dies of heart attack
    Irony is the main entrée in the news this week: An unofficial spokesman for the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas died of a heart attack Monday. John Alleman, 52, who scoffed at healthy heart warnings by waving in customers outside the downtown eatery while...
  • Diet advice that goes against the grain

    Diet advice that goes against the grain
    You've heard about the "Wheat Belly" diet, right? Well, technically, it doesn't exist. Dr. William Davis points out that the word "diet" does not appear on either the cover of his bestselling "Wheat Belly" book published in 2011 or on the follow-up,...
  • Lifesize weight-control system takes measure of portion control

     Lifesize weight-control system takes measure of portion control
    With two-thirds of U.S. adults overweight, it's not rocket science to conclude that we don't have a clue about how much to eat. But now there's a countertop gadget that looks a little like a kid's cooking set — perhaps not for nothing — that...
  • Film looks at the harm of 'Soul Food Junkies'

    Film looks at the harm of 'Soul Food Junkies'
    You’ve likely heard suggestions for making greens without the pork fat or “fried” chicken in the oven. All well and good, but the connection of “soul food” to African Americans goes way beyond editing recipes, and a new...
  • Diabetes is a stubborn adversary

    Diabetes is a stubborn adversary
    One by one, the diabetic patients reluctantly stepped on the scale in the basement of a South Los Angeles clinic. Nearby, a nurse scribbled numbers on a chart. Camara January, 31, her round face framed by a sparkly headband, held her breath. The number...
  • Confronting a weighty kids' issue

    Confronting a weighty kids' issue
    Childhood obesity expert Dr. Joanna Dolgoff says parents of obese children would rather talk to their kids about anything — even sex or drugs — than weight. But ignoring it could set a child up for a lifetime of health problems and emotional...
  • ‘Hobbit’: Stephen Hunter on Bombur’s blubber, dwarf boot camp

     
    One of the most memorable dwarfs in “The Hobbit” is Bombur, described by J.R.R. Tolkien as “immensely fat and heavy.” ......
  • 'Subway Guy' Jared Fogle on restaurants and staying slim [VIDEO]

    'Subway Guy' Jared Fogle on restaurants and staying slim [VIDEO]
    Fourteen years after he became the face of the “Subway diet,” keeping the weight off still isn’t easy for Jared Fogle. The Indianapolis resident spends 200 days a year on the road. He rarely stays in a city for more than 24 hours. He&...