The Loneliness of the Solitary Dieter

We have all heard it; the teasing, the envy masquerading as condescension, the resentment that you are losing weight and making positive changes. How do you respond?

A Stomach Drain: The New Level of Combatting Obesity

Could this new technology result in a new kind of eating disorder, despite the built in controls?

Can Antidepressants Turn You Into a Food Addict?

There may be a very simple cure for treating food addiction issues.

Relieving Pain Without Gaining Weight

It's called comfort food for a reason. It makes us feel better, but it doesn't have to make us obese.

Unnoticed: The Severely Mentally Ill Who Die Too Soon

These invisible people touch our lives each day, in one way or another, but die too soon.

Alcohol Withdrawal Mood Swings: Might Eating Carbs Help?

Withdrawal is often spoken of as a particularly uncomfortable and nasty aspect of rehab.

Too Skinny Models: Are They Models of Eating Disorders?

We really want to see a more healthful portrayal of female models who our daughters seek to emulate.

Binge Eating Disorder: Hunger for Food or Something Else?

A new drug offers treatment for the cycle of food abuse.

Diets Don't Work When You Are Stressed

All those juice cleanses and smoothies later, four days into January, and the diet fatigue begins to creep in.

It Is Alright To Be Sad During the Holidays

We all miss the departed who once made a holiday extra memorable. There is a way to honor their life and memory to lessen that blow of their absence.

Procrastination: The Grown-Up Way of Saying 'I Won’t!'

The winter season comes with a holiday blitz of stressors. Here's how to outsmart your inevitable procrastination over dieting.

Winter and PMS Woes

We all experience the rancor of the winter blues, and unhappiness of PMS in one way or another. Relief Lay In The Humble Carbohydrate.

Will a Low Carb Diet Deepen Your Winter Blues?

Carbs aren't the fattening poison some insist that they are. They're actually a mood enhancing, appetite satiating wonder of nutrition.

Do Comfort Foods Really Comfort?

Why is comfort food so comforting?

A Sweet Way To Die?

Healthier beverage choices should be rooted in supportive evidence. Recent data provide that carbonated beverages commonly known as pop, tonic, or soda, truly have enormous negative impact if overconsumed. And overconsumption standards are surprising.

What Is the Link Between Depression and Diabetes?

People tend to gain and lose weight all their lives, but do these extra pounds lead to poor health?

Can You Be Too Fat to Lose Weight?

When an unfortunate hopelessness grips the morbidly obese

Should You Be Eating High Fat Before a Endurance Events?

This is you, on high fat, trying to run the NYC marathon....Very far behind.

Who's Helping You Lose Weight From Your Antidepressant?

So many people gain weight from prescription drugs. Why isn't this more widely discussed?

Time to SPRING Into a Diet and Keep the Weight Off

As if tax time weren't enough to cause appetite loss....

Should Parents Be Punished if Their Kids Are Obese?

As if being a parent weren't hard enough.....

If an Antidepressant Makes You Thin While You Are Taking It

How can you keep pounds off after antidepressant therapy has served its purpose?

How Hard Is It To Get Enough Exercise? Very Hard!

Exercise, schmexercise. The question is WHEN?

The New Generation of Weight-Loss Drugs: Which Is Best?

Sure, these drugs are being touted as the next new thing, but how do they work?

Starting Antidepressants? About the Weight Gain

After the hectics of the holiday season and the reality of a New Year setting in, many become depressed and turn to a physician for help. Must the proposed cure cause a physical overexpansion?

Should Couch Potatoes Wear Fitness Bracelets?

The Holiday Season speaks to growth, and not always in a good way. Credit card bills we can't alleviate, but the expansion into obesity? Perhaps there's a Cyber Monday gadget with your name on it.

Chasing Away Insomnia With a Bowl of Oatmeal

Carbohydrates will allow more restorative sleep.

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