In an effort to understand obesity on a grand scale, AI is now being trained to analyse the urban factors via imagery on Google Maps.
Last week, the government announced a radical plan to curtail obesity in school-age children. I fear it is not a solution.
To reign in childhood obesity, the UK is banning chocolate at the checkout aisle, as well as prohibiting the sale of energy drinks. Should we do the same here?
According to a recent study, our fast food outlets are not doing nearly enough heavy lifting to reverse our obesity crisis.
Statistics show that while more kids have played more sport, they still fall short of the recommended activity levels, and it seems the parents are to blame.
Nutritionist James Clare looks into the growing problem of sugar in our food supply, stating that it should be treated the same as tobacco.
Is the LiveLighter campaign the answer to the obesity epidemic, or, as Tom Caru foresees, will many Australians just choose to switch off?
Watching too much TV? According to a Harvard study you’re not only ruining your health, you’re also ruining your relationship. Mat Drogemuller begs to differ.
Lyndi Polivnick isn’t surprised by the connection between the rise in obesity and anxiety, but finding a solution to the issue must be stress-free…
Mark Chu identifies the real challenge in “The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia” – we must all stop hating society’s overweight.
After reading Polly Chester’s recent article on TBS about obesity, Belinda Marsh offers her rejoinder on dieting to Polly and the ‘Fat Shaming Brigade’.
When enquiring about ‘special seating requirements’ became part of her job, Polly Chester realised obesity is more than about the size of your seat.