Dr Michael Mosley is to help people who have piled on the pounds in lockdown in a new TV show.
A Scottish dietitian and a Slimming World consultant talk us through lockdown eating habits and and what we can do to keep our weight healthy.
It should have been a week of transformations.
Unborn babies exposed to a common chemical found in cosmetics may be at higher risk of becoming overweight in the first eight years of their life, according to new research.
Gaining weight in your 20s, 30s and early 40s increases the risk of an early death by more than a fifth, research suggests.
Overeating may change the brain by altering a key feeding suppression system, a study has indicated.
Slim people are lean as the result of genetic advantage and not always because they’re more disciplined when it comes to portion control, a study has suggested.
Christian Bale has said his “mortality is staring him in the face” after piling on the pounds and shedding weight for film roles.
Being thick around the middle could be indicative of a shrunken brain, research suggests.
Office workers who opt to stand are likely to burn just nine calories an hour more than their seated colleagues, a study has found.
Guardians of weights and measurements may be about to kill off the kilogram, as it is currently defined.
People who are over or underweight may be at greater risk of death than previous expected, scientists have said.
It might be seen as oversharing by some, but a new study suggests documenting weight loss on social media might help people achieve their goals.
Fat shaming is unkind and you shouldn’t do it, because, you know, you’re a decent person. But it could also make an already obese patient’s health even worse.
Women who gain weight in pregnancy do not put their children at increased risk of early death in adulthood, according to a new study by Aberdeen uni researchers.
More than three-in-four children in NHS Grampian are a healthy weight, according to the latest figures.
CHILDREN as young as two have been referred to weight management classes for being overweight.