So, you’ve made your New Year’s resolutions and you’ve been sticking to it: eating right, exercising regularly. But your weight hasn’t budged. What gives? Well, maybe it’s your sleep.
Many people make a resolution in the new year to diet and lose weight Starting a diet is relatively easy. The hard part is sticking to it. Consumer Reports just polled more than 3,000 of its subscribers on losing weight to see just what they’re doing to stay on target.
Will you be joining the masses that faithfully pack-on five pounds during this merry season? Or are you going to do something different this year? Avoiding the holiday chub is entirely within your control.
So you’re a busy mom during this holiday season with no time for the gym, right? Not so fast! Women’s fitness and weight loss programs have come a long way in the last five years and there is a solution for the endless number of frustrated moms out there who don’t’ have the time for a personal trainer or gym
It’s hard to imagine now, but not long ago, trim and pretty Christine Crawford was 88 pounds heavier. A mother with five kids, Christine got virtually no exercise splitting her days between home and her job at the University of Pittsburgh.
You may have noticed our incredible shrinking Meteorologist Dennis Bowman. He has lost more than 40 pounds since January and a lot of viewers have been asking how he did it.
Doctor Oz called African Mango a “miracle in your medicine cabinet” that can help you lose 10 pounds. But what is it and how does it work?
The Dukan Diet book was just released a few weeks ago in the United States and KDKA-TV’s Kristine Sorensen recruited a local woman to try it out.
Losing weight is a tough challenge for many of us and that’s why a study done at Carnegie Mellon University is attracting a lot of attention. Researchers believe they’ve found a way to help you eat less and it’s kind of surprising. It has to do with the power of the mind.
Arizona is considering a $50 tax on the obese and smokers in attempt to release strain on the cash-strapped Medicaid program.
If you are looking to lose some weight, KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen wants to hear from you! On today’s Pittsburgh Today Live, Kristine announced she was looking for recruits for an upcoming story! If you’d like […]
Walk off a size in four weeks. A walking workout claims it will flatten your belly, firm every inch, and power off pounds, without dieting.
With the change of life, women stop having their periods, but also, they might start gaining weight. A local researcher is looking at what types of activities will keep post-menopausal women active for the long run, for a better weight and better health.