Obesity now affects at least one-third of Americans. Find out which U.S. cities are the heaviest -- and the skinniest.
Once considered an affliction of the lazy and indulgent, obesity now affects about one-third of Americans. Gallup and Healthways recently ranked which U.S. cities are the heaviest -- and which are the skinniest -- using Americans' Body Mass Index (BMI) scores. The indexes are calculated based on a person's self-reported height and weight radio, with scores of 30 or above considered obese.
Americans die younger than people in other high-income countries, and drug poisonings, gun injuries and motor vehicle crashes are largely to blame, a study finds.
A new body contouring treatment on the market is exciting for both patients and their doctors. It's called SculpSure. There's no surgery involved; doctors use lasers in this FDA-approved procedure that takes less time than a leisurely lunch break.
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