There’s more than one way to lose weight — and recommendations are constantly evolving. Here are some we've highlighted recently.
This article offers some tips for keeping your weight-loss and fitness resolutions.
These three books dissect how your innards influence your weight gain.
Tara Parker-Pope, editor of our Well blog, explains how a business strategy helped her lose 25 pounds.
The author of “Always Hungry?” argues in this Q. and A. that overeating doesn’t make you fat. Rather, it’s an excess of high glycemic foods like sugar and refined grains.
Some scientists say the right weight-loss strategy is a personalized diet that takes into account family history, medications and genetic makeup, for instance.
For others, the holy grail is a weight-loss program that decreases fat without diminishing muscle tissue.
Blood pressure, heart rate and other health measurements can improve with just a small amount of weight loss, a study shows.
Four out of five large U.S. employers now offer some sort of financial incentive to employees to improve their health. Sometimes, they even work.
In recent years, intermittent fasting has gained popular attention and scientific endorsement.