Could Microwave Meals Actually Be Good for You?

Frozen meals have gotten a healthy makeover. Many options are now low in calories and sodium, and help you control portions.

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3 Apps That Are Almost as Good as Having a Diet Coach

These new diet apps don’t stop at helping you log your food and track your calories. They actually connect you with advice when you need it most—while you eat.

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Weight-Loss Surgery May Not Always Help With Depression

While most severely obese people get a mood boost after weight-loss surgery, some may have a recurrence of depression symptoms months after they have the procedure, a new study finds.

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3 Ways To Shrink Your Waistline and Go Down a Skirt Size

Women who gain weight around their bellies from their 20s to their 60s—and thus increase their skirt size—may have a higher risk of developing breast cancer after menopause.

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5 Dos and Don’ts for Weight Loss Motivation

If you really want to motivate yourself to slim down and healthy up (especially in ways that will last) consider these five Do’s and Don’ts.

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4 Things People Don’t Tell You About Major Weight Loss

Rosie O’Donnell recently lost 50 pounds and she told ABC News that it wasn’t without “emotional turbulence.” Losing weight has serious health benefits, but it may not instantly improve your life. Here are 4 psychological changes you may not consider.

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3 Reasons to Shed Belly Fat That Have Nothing to Do With How You Look

Sadly, belly fat isn’t just bad news when it comes to fitting into your clothes. it’s a big issue for your long-term health. Here, 3 reasons to work on shedding it.

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5 Things You Need to Know to Get Lean

Live by these 5 rules in the gym—and the kitchen!—to help reveal that lean body.

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New Obesity Drug, Contrave, Gets FDA Approval

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a new weight-loss drug on Wednesday marks the third time the agency has given its blessing to a new diet medication since 2012.

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‘Fat Shaming’ Linked to Weight Gain, Study Says

Discrimination against overweight or obese people, commonly known as “fat shaming,” does not help them lose weight and may do more harm than good, according to research from London.

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