Wednesday, January 1, 2014

'Top Chef' winner loses 60 pounds

'Top Chef' winner loses 60 pounds

'Top Chef' winner loses 60 pounds

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:18 AM PST

"Trying to get me to cry by looking at this ugly picture? There are worse ones..."

Active for life

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 12:22 PM PST

CNN's Holly Firfer introduces us to a couple who through exercise are maximizing their chances for a healthy, long life.

CNN anchor battles her skin and wins

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 08:17 AM PST

I have spent more than a decade of my professional career on international television, my face visible to millions each day. Yet I have spent a lifetime hiding.

Schiavo family joins fight over life support

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 07:44 AM PST

The family of Terri Schiavo has joined the battle over Jahi McMath, a 13-year-old girl on life support who has been declared dead by doctors.

Bariatric surgery isn't 'one size fits all'

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:18 AM PST

Connie Cox avoided bariatric surgery for years. The registered dietician knew how to lose weight -- she had done it time and again, dropping more than 75 pounds before gaining it all back.

5 cooking mistakes that pack on lbs.

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 12:25 PM PST

It's no secret that restaurant dishes are loaded with hidden ingredients and calories. That's why home-cooked meals are a good idea for anyone watching their weight.

8 sneaky things that may feed obesity

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:20 AM PST

Ask the average person what causes obesity, and you'll likely get one of these basic answers (or some version thereof):

Exercise: It's what we evolved to do

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:21 AM PST

When it comes to health care, Americans disagree about much, but we do agree that our $2.7-trillion-a-year health care system is broken.

Flatten your belly (no crunches needed)

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:21 AM PST

Most of us want a flat stomach (I know I do), but when it comes to our collective dream of a flatter tummy, there's good news and bad news.

Modern-day health woes, solved

Posted: 01 Jan 2014 05:20 AM PST

There was a time, not too long ago, when a phone was just a phone, sky-high heels weren't sold in every mall, and you had to catch your favorite TV show when it actually aired. There's no going back -- and who wants to? -- but our contemporary world is bringing its share of health hazards that were once either rare or unheard-of.


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