This Is Why It's So Hard To Keep Weight Off After Losing ItEver wonder why it's so hard to lose weight and then so easy to gain it back, even when you're really trying to keep it off?
Seen At 11: Cold Temperatures, A New Beauty Trend?What if limited exposure to cold could actually help you lose weight, or help prevent aging skin?
Seen at 11: New Research Shows Eating Certain Kind Of Carb Can Slim You DownIt's called "resistant starch" or the "skinny carb" -- and it's being hailed as a fat-burning breakthrough.
Experts: Skipping Breakfast Can Lead To Over IndulgingNutrition experts say what you do, or don't do at breakfast is key.
Illusionist Penn Jillette Unveils Slim New Look, But This Is No Magic TrickIllusionist Penn Jillette is looking slim and trim these days without the help of any magic tricks.
Connecticut Bill Aims To Combat Childhood Obesity, Boost Physical Activity Of KidsConnecticut lawmakers are considering whether to create a new commission that would devise ways to increase physical activity among students.
Seen At 11: How Lack Of Sleep May Be Derailing Your Weight LossShedding pounds is hard enough, but now new research shows there could be something else standing in your way.
Study: Tapping Your Forehead Could Help Kill CravingsTests found that tapping the forehead was the most effective method and neutralized cravings by up to 10% more than the other exercises.
New Study Claims Crash Diets Aren't As Bad For Weight Loss As Once ThoughtFor years we've been taught that when it comes to losing weight, crash diets are bad and that slow, steady weight loss is the best approach.
Seen At 11: 'Eating Smart' With High-Tech UtensilsWe all know losing weight takes more than just a diet. Now even your fork and plate are being engineered to help you slim down.
J.J. Smith's Cleansing Pineapple Spinach SmoothieThis pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
New Study Shows Simple Thermostat Adjustment Can Boost MetabolismA new study published by the American Diabetes Association shows something as simple as lowering your thermostat can boost your metabolism, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reported.