Amy Corderoy Australian teenagers are becoming so overweight they are doing the type of damage to their livers that would normally be seen in older alcoholics, researchers have found.
Lara O'Toole The office chair has taken a back seat in Steve Morley's office as he brings new meaning to multi-tasking.
Effie Mann After listening to her sister and housemate reel off its many health benefits, Philippa Hinton went out and bought herself a copy of I Quit Sugar, an eight-week detox program and recipe book written...
Shelly Horton I'd like to thank Dr Ginni Mansberg for writing a book just for me. Seriously when I was reading How To Handle Your Hormones it was like she'd been snooping in my diary.
Thea O'Connor Thanks to improved diets and better living conditions, children and teens have steadily increased in size, generation by generation, but where will it all end?
Sarah Berry Samantha Brick is either an absolute genius or completely clueless.
Richard Gray A new DNA test can tell who is suited to distance races.
The fitness industry is worth more than $1.2 billion a year nationally, and Sydney's body beautiful obsession means we contribute more than our fair share.
Cassy Small Fat shaming as a 'motivational technique' has divided the health and fitness community.
Charmaine Yabsley Riding the waves can act as an antidepressant.
Paula Goodyer Dieting may be the wrong approach for those who eat to deal with anxiety and stress.
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Paula Goodyer For emotional eaters dieting is barking up the wrong tree
Melissa Davey Doughnuts, custard tarts, hot chickens and other ready-to-eat supermarket meals will now come with a label displaying their kilojoule content in the hope consumers will think twice before indulging.
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Paula Goodyer How much is sugar in our diet to blame for too much sugar in our blood?
Sarah Berry The battle to lose the kilos can be a tricky one fraught with undesirable effects, writes Sarah Berry.
Vince Chadwick A campaign to tackle unhealthy levels of sugar consumption is pushing for a tax on soft drinks and restrictions on advertising directed at children.
Vince Chadwick SIXTEEN teaspoons of sugar from one 600-millilitre bottle of soft drink consumed once a day for a year comes to 23 kilograms.
Peter Foster It was one of those strange but illuminating coincidences: at the exact same time my BlackBerry began to buzz with the news Britain was threatening to put legal curbs on the amount of salt, fat and...
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Paula Goodyer Why carbs on the dinner plate might help, not hinder, the war on weight.