obesity

The activists at Environmental Working Group (EWG) consistently butcher the science on a variety of consumer health issues.
Join ACSH directors of bio-sciences and medicine, Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein, as they break down these stories:
“Overeating isn’t fueling obesity, it’s too many carbohydrates in our diet, researchers say,” Fox News reported on June 7.
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Join our directors of chemistry and bio-sciences, Dr. Josh Bloom and Cameron English, as they break down these stories:
If you want to lose weight, there seems to be only one way to do it: find a tolerable, nutritious diet that will allow you to cut your calorie consumption over the long term—and stick with it.
America's public health establishment has made a lot of critical mistakes in recent years. One of the worst has been its willingness to comply with social justice activists who are committed to minimizing or denying the dangers of obesity.
The world is getting fatter, and public health experts don't know what to do about it.
There's an odd disconnect between the way we talk about the causes of obesity and the solutions we employ to help people manage their weight.
Once the social justice movement began its rampage through our culture, it was only a matter of time before it came for the sciences, replacing well-established ideas with postmodern gobbledygook. Examples abound.