Too many treats and too few walks can equal a pudgy pooch. The growing size of dogs is a growing problem across the country. Now some pet owners are turning to doggy weight loss centers for help.
Have you ever gotten sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? North Texas resident Crystal Pearson did, and she decided to do something about it.
Texans are shelling out big bucks to lose weight and we’re doing it at a rate 20-percent higher than the average American.
March is National Nutrition Month, and a North Texas hospital is celebrating by sponsoring the publishing of a new cookbook which helps teach kids how to eat healthier.
This is a diet you have heard about before, time and again. It’s nothing new. In fact, it’s thousands of years old.
Some students in Dallas are attending a boot camp three days each week, in order to take charge of their health and learn some important lessons along the way.
On his first day in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim clubhouse, Josh Hamilton arrived slimmer and in better shape then previous spring trainings. Hamilton credits the weight loss as part of a new juicing diet.
Researchers who reviewed the science behind some widely held obesity beliefs found it lacking. Their report says dogma and fallacies are detracting from real solutions to the nation’s weight problems.
Losing weight is always a popular resolution for the new year, but what about extending that to your pet? Nearly 25 percent of dogs and cats in Texas are overweight.
The new year often brings a new focus to develop healthy habits. Dr. Ian Smith — author and contributor on the Rachael Ray show — talks about his new book.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the latest medical headlines including a surprising link between weight and mortality, how sugars affect the brain, and the differences in pill colors.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the latest medical headlines.