Annabell Macphee has a look at the vital biological functions of fat and questions the demonisation of this organ in today’s day and age.
Obesity is not always recognised as a disease. Hearing from researchers, clinicians, and people with obesity, Kirstin Leslie investigates why the definition matters.
theGIST’s Emily May Armstrong heads to the European Conference on Obesity’s first press conference to relay cutting-edge morbidity research
With the ever growing obesity epidemic, Eleanor Marlow investigates the lack of knowledge surrounding nutrition in the average UK adult, and suggests implementing a nutrition class in high school curriculums to fight the obesity epidemic.
Holly Scott asks whether artificial lighting could be making us fatter.
We all know that childhood obesity can have a negative effect upon the health of children, but new research completed at the University of Strathclyde (in collaboration with the Universities of Dundee, Georgia and Bristol) has...