The treatment, called "bariatric embolization," led to weight loss in a small study.
Eating well is becoming more and more of a science, with new research showing us which foods may lower our risk of disease, and which are increasingly pointed to as the culprits behind ill health. Researchers are looking to better understand how nutrients work in our bodies, with studies that analyze at the diets of people with heart disease, cancer, and other diseases, along with research aimed at helping people to lose weight, or maintain weight loss. From all this research, new advice constantly emerges for people who are dieting, or want to eat more healthfully. With news, features and reference pages, we will provide science-supported tips for improving your nutrition.
So-called "ultraprocessed" foods — which are high in salt, sugar and other additives — are linked with an increased risk of early death, a new study finds.
Breakfast may not be the "most important meal of the day" after all, at least for people trying to lose weight.
There's no "compelling evidence" for important health benefits from sugar substitutes, according to the review.
Drinking a cup of tea or eating a handful of berries a day may help protect against heart disease, a new study suggests.
Your body's internal clock plays a role not only when you're most alert and sleepy, but also when you burn the most calories, a new study finds.
A new, limited-time-only burger at Burger King has a peculiar selling point: It's supposed to give you nightmares.
It's a debate that plays out in everyone's head during a weekend brunch: Should I be eating this much bacon?
Vitamin E is vital to keeping healthy and preventing various diseases. A healthy diet should provide all that you need.
Junk-food lovers who try to cut back on fries or chocolate may experience symptoms similar to drug withdrawal, a new study suggests.
A new study suggests low-carb diets could be deadly, but a nutrition expert said people should be skeptical.
Women who have gone on a diet alongside men may have noticed a frustrating outcome: The pounds seem to fall off the men, while stubbornly sticking to women.