The latest news on body fat
Researchers find a way to make energy-using brown fat from skin cells.
Having a big waist puts your heart at risk—even if you're not overweight.
An occasional look at misguided exercise and nutrition practices you may be following
Keep a close watch on how you measure up in order to reduce your risk of heart disease.
This blend of weight and height is remarkably sound, considering its simplicity.
Overweight women who exercise can lower their risk of heart disease before dropping a pound.
Excess body fat is tied to a host of deadly ills, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.
Too much body fat puts even normal-weight people at higher risk of heart disease.
Finally, a Washington-tailored diet that aims to help us fight the kind of heart disease that has landed Bill Clinton and Dick Cheney in the hospital.