A belly isn't a big deal when you're eating 5,000 calories a day and lifting more than 1,000 pounds.
In a toe-to-toe matchup between the two most physically powerful sci-fi characters to hit the screen since Superman, who will emerge as the strongest?
A new study suggests fat itself breeds a well-known appetite-stimulating hormone
Find out why your brain works better on fat
Is there any medical use for black market human fat? Scientists are skeptical
Still in the works, a new food additive promises to lower the fat level of any food
Will a drug already popular among athletes suddenly become a hit with the couch potato crowd? We hope not.
New research takes a look at food label claims since 1989 and shows how influential legislation can be.
Small? Yes. Nifty? Yes. Accurate? Not always.
All of that studying just might have contributed to your Freshman Fifteen
Obesity is booming, yet there are only two medications approved for long-term weight loss. Why is it so hard to make a diet pill that works? For one thing, evolution hates diets
Headlines fret about the growing obesity epidemic, but what does it mean? How did it happen? And what are the costs?
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Tastes like chicken, runs like diesel
UCLA scientist give mice an E. coli gene that burns fat over carbs, preventing obesity
Pack on some extra pounds for winter
Selective research and skewed results
The restaurant takes action after a lobbying group called its fish-and-onion rings meal the worst in the U.S.
Yes, but they never lose that slender figure.
Who knew? A new study shows that eating fast food will make you fat
Infant eating habits may jumpstart childhood obesity
Many zoo elephants have too much junk in the trunk.