Hunger and obesity occur simultaneously within the same urban populations, a growing trend known as the 'Malnutrition Cocktail.'
Inside the hyperengineered, savagely marketed, addiction-creating battle for American "stomach share."
Britain's obesity epidemic is fuelling devastating numbers of amputations - almost all of which could have been prevented, experts have warned.
Dagli Stati Uniti all'Italia, crolla il mercato delle bibite zuccherate. E negli Usa l'acqua minerale si avvia a uno storico sorpasso nel
A new study finds that people today who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years ago are still fatter.
The Sustainable Food Trust, founded by Patrick Holden, is a global voice for sustainable food systems, aiming to empower communities with sustainable ideas, and push for government policy changes.
By: Melinda Wenner Moyer, Scientific American
In 19th century London, everyone was certain that bad air caused disease. From cholera to the plague: if you were sick, everyone thought it was because of bad air. It was called the Miasma Theory. As
Kim Stevens has a problem that affects tens of millions of Americans. If left untreated, it could lead to the death of someone she loves, someone who's part of the family.
Singer and Loose Women panellist Jamelia has been ''hounded'' for simply speaking the truth: that being grossly overweight is unhealthy and society should never endorse it as a life choice
This month, the toxic combination of extreme heat and summer holidays will probably mean that you're going to expose more flesh than you would like to someone whose opinion you care about. January is the
MAHARASHTRA, 2010. In a village 130km (80 miles) from Mumbai, the head of a nursery is weighing a child. Four years old, she is just 10kg (22lb), two-thirds of what she should be.
Forget MyPlate and the Food Pyramid-this advice actually makes sense.
In the U.S., we are eating twice as much sugar and fat, and half as many fruits and vegetables as recommended. Sounds like it's time to turnip.
Seeing pictures of preened celebrities, or even slimmer friends, makes many wish that their arms were that little bit thinner or abs more tightly toned. Most of us have an existing desire to be a normal
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For years, everyone from Michael Pollan to Alice Waters has been talking about the "true cost of food." The reasoning is pretty straightforward: Consumers don't pay the real cost of food because many of the harms done to the environment or public health as a result of industrial farming practices are currently not included in
Harvard's professor of evolutionary biology tells Ian Tucker why obesity is the major 21st-century problem - and why we are ill-equipped to deal with it
The number of Australians running or jogging has almost doubled since 2005-06 and - with the rise of smartphones - running and fitness app development has also exploded. So how many of these runners have