Would you want the calorie count of your meal printed right on your receipt? Many restaurants in the United States, in an effort to promote healthier choices, have already been printing calorie counts on their menus.
Fitness guru Richard Simmons stopped by Your World to chat with Neil Cavuto in perhaps one of the strangest Fox News interviews to date.
An eye-opening new study presented at the American Heart Association's annual meetings finds that today’s children can’t run as fast or engage in as much vigorous physical activity as their parents could at the same age.
A North Dakota woman is making national headlines after telling a radio station that instead of giving out candy on Halloween, she'll be handing some kids 'fat letters." The letter is meant for parents of overweight children, telling stating that "in my opinion, your child is moderately obese" and should not be eating Halloween candy.
Lily Grasso’s parents are fighting back after the athletic 11 year old was sent home from school with a letter suggesting that she was fat. The so-called ‘fat letter’ was the result of a B.M.I. (body mass index) screening given by officials at Grasso’s school.
In many school districts, letters are being sent home to parents indicating whether their child is overweight. Is this appropriate?
The Boy Scouts of America has created some controversy by banning obese Boy Scouts from participating at the Jamboree. Those with a body mass index of 40 or higher will not be allowed to participate.