5 Findings From The Latest Obesity Research

In the U.S., 68% of adults are either obese or overweight. This health crisis costs the U.S. $147 billion annually in direct medical costs and indirect costs such as lost wages. Researchers have been studying obesity and obesity prevention for decades now; here are five of their recent findings in obesity research. 1. The brain-belly … Read more

What Initiatives Actually Help Reduce Obesity?

Obesity has become the focus of a number of initiatives and policies in the U.S. in the last decade. The reason for this focus is clear: obesity is arguably the number one preventable cause of illness and death, leading to conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. The statistics for obesity in the U.S. are … Read more