Obese People Outnumber Underweight People for First Time in Human History, Study Says
Obesity has been a growing problem in the U.S. for decades and increasingly its effect is being felt globally. A new study published by the Lancet Medical Journal finds that for the first time in human history, there are more obese people than underweight people in the world. The data -- which was
Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Be Ted Cruz's 'Trans' Ambassador
During an interview with "The Advocate" Caitlyn Jenner reveals her support for Ted Cruz and affirms her conservative values.
Ali Wentworth Tackles Self-Improvement Quest in New Book 'Happily Ali After'
Ali Wentworth, the actress, comedian and New York Times bestselling author of "Ali in Wonderland," is back with "Happily Ali After," a new book of comic vignettes that explore her "pre-midlife crisis" as she set out on her self-improvement quest. Channeling her inner Oprah , the hilarious wife of
5 Sleep Problems Nobody Talks About
You drift off at night like a newborn baby yet can't recall the last time you woke up truly refreshed. It may not seem that weird: "People tend to assume that because our modern lives are so hectic, nobody feels rested," says Meir Kryger, MD, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine. But the
Should You Be Drinking Milk?
For many of us, cow’s milk is the first thing we remember drinking, and we’ve always been told it’s a healthy choice: It’s packed with calcium and fortified with vitamin D, both of which are essential for building (and keeping) strong bones. And despite the saturated fat, milk is a great source of
California Woman's Shocking Descent Into Anorexia, in Her Own Words
Rachael Farrokh, 37, says she has been fighting a battle with anorexia for 10 long years -- but now, an extreme decline in her health has her determined to seek treatment and share her story with the world. Prior to her 10-year journey, Farrokh was the girl next door -- beautiful, talented, healthy
13 Foods That Are High in Magnesium
Magnesium helps your heart, muscles, and immune system function properly — and studies suggest that nearly half of Americans aren't consuming enough of the mineral. But before you start popping supplements, you should know there's a difference between inadequate intake and a true deficiency. Signs
6 Embarrassing Health Problems, Solved
There are certain health issues that most people would rather not discuss—even in the exam room. But trust us: Your doctor has heard it all. She's not the least bit fazed when you bring up a strange below-the-belt smell, or the fact that you sweat so much your socks get soaked. "I hear embarrassing
SpaceX Dragon Lifts Off on Mission to Refuel Space Station Supplies
Dr. David Alexander, Director of Rice University's Space Institute, guides us through the launch of the SpaceX Dragon launch Tuesday.
Teen Who Brought Hope to Those With 'Aging Disease' Dies From Rare Disorder
A teen who brought awareness and hope to those suffering from a rare genetic disease that causes premature aging has died. She was 17. Hayley Okines, of Bexhill, England, managed to survive four years longer than doctors predicted after she was diagnosed as an infant with the genetic disorder