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Calorie Lab · 10M ago

The Importance of Commitment and Consistency

Lots of us have health and fitness goals that we don't always meet. The key, Dr. J says, is to make a commitment and be consistent in sticking with that ideal.
Calorie Lab · 10M ago

Why Your Waist Measurement Hits the 40s When You Hit Your 30s

Many people start to gain weight at a faster rate once they hit their 30s. Changing hormon...
Calorie Lab · 10M ago

Social Media, Competition and Exercise

Regardless of whether it is in our nature to be competitive, research has shown that a little competitive spirit can motivate people to work out more than when they're in a supportive environment.
Calorie Lab · 10M ago

Millennials Forcing Change on the Fast-Food Industry

A large number of millennials have never tried a Big Mac, and many look for higher-quality...
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

Hunger and Controlling Our Uncontrollable Eating

A study looking at other studies of hunger and eating found that people's stated appetite ...
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

Overweight Teens: What They Don’t Know is Hurting Them

More and more teens who are overweight or obese don't recognize themselves as such. This new normal could have dire health consequences as they grow up.
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

Bob Dylan Wins The Nobel Prize in Literature

Bob Dylan was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. It doesn't have much to do w...
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

The Death of Small Town America

The death rates of rural, white women have been skyrocketing in recent years, and there ar...
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

Fitness Trackers Do Not Make Us Healthier

A study in Singapore found that giving people fitness trackers didn't improve their health, and people given financial incentives to meet movement goals stopped doing so when those incentive...
Calorie Lab · 11M ago

Is Obesity Just a Fact of Lifestyle, or a Medical Problem?

Some medical experts say that obesity should be considered a chronic disease, which might ...