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Why Do Women Have a Harder Time Losing Weight Than Men? We May Finally Know

For a woman, there’s little more frustrating that starting a diet with her husband or boyfriend only to watch the weight fly off of him while hers ticks downward at a glacial pace. So what gives?

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Have You Been Cutting Down on Red Meat? — Survey of the Day

The Fourth of July is right around the corner, which means scores of people will fire up their grills and throw down a wide selection of meat.

Or does it?

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Are Sugary Snacks Making Us Dumb?

Everyone knows that sweets can impact your waistline, but a new study published in the Journal of Physiology says sugar can actually affect your intelligence, as well.

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How Much You Weigh Could Be Tied to Where You Shop

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who struggle with obesity, part of the problem may lie in where you grocery shop. A new study found people who frequent lower-cost supermarkets tend to be heavier than those who shop at pricier stores.

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Are You a Constant Snacker? Experts Say You Aren’t Alone

Many dieticians recommend that the best way to stick to a healthy weight is to have three meals and one snack daily. Yet new statistics say almost half of Americans sneak in at least two snacks every day.

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Wanna Live Longer? Drink Coffee

Coffee drinkers no longer need to fret over health concerns and their beloved beverage, according to a new study by the National Cancer Institute. In fact, feel free to pour an extra cup in the morning because, the study suggests, coffee may actually prolong life.

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Americans Are Living Longer, Despite Also Getting Fatter

It seems that all of the junk food that we’ve been eating might not be killing us off as quickly as some might think.

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This Isn’t a Joke – Get Paid to Eat Fast Food and Gain Weight

There is a new study on obesity being conducted by Washington University that is requiring all of its participants to gain 5% of their body weight in exchange for $3,500.

And you won’t believe what participants will have to chow down on.

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How Obese Will Americans Be in 2030?

We’ve seen the statistical future and it doesn’t look good. Studies show that an alarming amount of Americans will be considered obese in 18 years.

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Men Only Weight Loss Program Insists Men Stop Dieting Like Women

Men might not think like women, but they sure eat like ‘em. That’s why Wendy Meyers founded the Men Only Weight Loss program to help wean men off what she dubs “feminizing foods.”

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