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We Know Diet Pills Don't Work, But We're Still Buying

Even though we know they aren't likely to work, a lot of us are still spending big bucks in the hopes that diet pills will help us reach our goals more quickly and easily. Why?
Posted 7/23/2010  6:09:32 AM By:   : 90 comments   28,300 views
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Do Glucosamine and Chondroitin Alleviate Joint Pain?

For many years, people have been searching for ways to alleviate joint pain. Research has shown that products like glucosamine are generally safe, but are they effective?
Posted 7/20/2010  2:14:21 PM By:   : 219 comments   58,118 views
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Insensitive Ad: Am I Overreacting?

A recent ad from one of the country's leading fast food chains takes aim at demeaning those who choose to eat a hamburger over a subway sandwich.
Posted 6/23/2010  3:00:00 PM By:   : 471 comments   32,510 views
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And the Award for Worst New Food Product of the Year Goes to…

It's a little early to be deciding this award, but here's a new product that'll be pretty hard to beat.
Posted 4/8/2010  5:00:00 PM By:   : 540 comments   54,835 views
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Are Parents Just Not Getting The Hint?

Food marketers will do just about anything to get our attention- or rather, the attention of our children. The volume of unhealthy foods being targeted to kids is on the rise.
Posted 3/16/2010  6:10:56 AM By:   : 107 comments   19,672 views
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Would taxes on junk food promote healthier eating?

Can taxing soda and junk food help end the obesity epidemic?
Posted 3/11/2010  5:42:53 PM By:   : 300 comments   44,257 views
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Is A Thin Body Celebrated More Than A Fit One?

Most female Olympic athletes wouldn't grace the cover of a women's magazine or walk the runway at a fashion show. Why? Because they aren't skinny.
Posted 2/23/2010  2:17:39 PM By:   : 265 comments   36,661 views
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Childhood Obesity: Is total TV watching time the problem, or is it the commercials?

For childhood obesity, the number of food commercials viewed may matter more than time spent watching TV.
Posted 2/11/2010  5:23:17 AM By:   : 113 comments   22,657 views
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What's the Deal with Taco Bell's Drive-Thru Diet?

You've seen the commercials about Christine's weight-loss success. Will it also work for you?
Posted 1/7/2010  5:00:00 AM By:   : 211 comments   41,150 views
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I'm Not Raising My Hand for Chocolate Milk

A new campaign is trying to keep chocolate milk as a choice in school cafeterias, saying that taking it away will do more harm than good.
Posted 11/27/2009  6:00:00 AM By:   : 254 comments   36,781 views
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Spending Big Dollars to Market Cocoa Puffs to Kids

With today's focus on improving their health, you'd think that children's cereal commercials would have a healthier spin. But a new study shows that's not the case.
Posted 11/6/2009  6:08:30 PM By:   : 121 comments   22,753 views
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Froot Loops Qualify for the new “Smart Choices” Label (?!)

Have you seen those new green checkmark labels that are showing up on lots of packaged food products in your grocery store?

Find out how smart those foods really are.
Posted 9/10/2009  5:23:48 PM By:   : 261 comments   33,554 views
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Update: PETA Pulls Controversial Billboard!

Being overweight in our society is tough enough, but when an organization takes aim at those who struggle with this issue, where does one draw the line?
Posted 8/22/2009  9:22:28 AM By:   : 521 comments   30,070 views
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Children's T.V. Choices Could Affect How Much They Eat

A new study shows a link between what kids are seeing on T.V. and how much they eat. Do the kinds of commericals they see make a difference? They just might.
Posted 7/31/2009  6:07:49 AM By:   : 68 comments   16,887 views
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Kim Kardashian Admits She Has Cellulite

Pick up the latest issue of any women's magazine and you'll likely see a beautiful celebrity on the cover. But is that how this person would look if you saw them at Starbucks?
Posted 4/24/2009  2:03:38 PM By:   : 170 comments   21,085 views
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