Obesity can be a cause of a range of conditions including cardiovascular disease. But even modest changes to lifestyle can make a huge difference.
Hailed as a health hack, intermittent fasting is widely promoted as a reliable way to lose weight, lower disease risk and increase lifespan. But despite some positive study results, does it really deserve so much kudos?
A new global report by UNICEF shows that 200 million children under the age of 5 are malnourished. Experts say it's putting the future of humanity at risk.
Nearly one in five deaths globally can be traced to dietary causes, a study of global nutrition says. Both a lack of food and an abundance of unhealthy food cause dangerous malnutrition.
Are we eating ourselves to death? Researcher Stefan Lorkowski sat down with DW to set a few things straight about the effect the food we put in our pie holes is having on our bodies. And it's not good.
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