Matthew Rozsa discusses his love of soft drinks… and how he was tricked into believing they were safe.
Why are we so sensitive about telling people when they’ve gained weight?
Aleasa Word tells why we need to reclaim family dinnertime.
Former Yale swimmer Siphiwe Baleka is transforming truck driver wellness one rest stop at a time, and in the process, he’s finding himself.
The problem lies in when this need for speed comes in the form of food or more specifically, sugar. As the movie reveals, sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine and the obesity epidemic is causing a “tsunami” of financial and health problems just waiting in the wings.
Does fitness depend on your state? Josh Magill discusses.
Top health risks include cigarettes, booze and being overweight. But who has the power to deal with this very 21st-century problem?
A recent photo-gone-viral (and the comments it generated) shows we’ve got a long way to go when it comes to understanding slavery and the needs of children.
Learn 14 things about men that you might not already know (or want to know)
Scott Posey counters a recent argument made for not letting children use handheld devices, arguing that the problem lies with permissive parenting, not with technology
James Fell takes to task authors and trainers who fat-shame and refuse to see the science behind fitness and health.
James Fell is tired of “Fit Mom” Maria Kang and here’s why!
Could someone have told me I’d gained weight? Should they have?
The problem with the images of perfection we see in the media is that they divide the world in two. Where would you rather belong?