We’ve heard of the dreaded “Freshman 15″ — the 15 pounds first-year college students are said to gain when they go off to school.
One side effect for having surgery to lose a lot of weight: Excess skin. Now some doctors are offering a solution.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new treatment to combat cellulite called “Cellulaze.”
What would you go through to look younger, feel younger and burn calories? Would you be willing to freeze your butt off? People in the Twin Cities are exposing themselves to 220 degrees below zero for just those reasons.
When you start a new workout routine it’s much more helpful to achieve your goals if you can see your progress. That way you know if your endurance is increasing, if you’re losing or gaining weight, and if you’re getting stronger.
Every year about 220,000 Americans have weight loss surgery. That’s more than twice as many from just a decade ago. There are two common types of procedures, and a new study finds that one may be more effective.
When it comes to diets, it seems there’s always a new fad or trendy way to lose weight. I started a new a diet a little over a month ago. It’s popular, but it’s not a fad. In fact, its ancient.
The Minnesota State Fair has come and gone, but any extra weight you may have gained is likely still around.
MSNBC talks about a teenager who underwent the weight loss surgery. Are your teen years the wrong time to get that surgery? Watch the story.
It may not seem like it from our lovely Minnesota weather, but spring is fast approaching. And to many women, that means one thing — time to shed some of that dreaded winter weight.
Caroline Lowe has been at WCCO-TV for 35 years, but she recently announced she’s leaving Minnesota for a new TV job in California. It’s a perfect chance for her to restage her comeback with a total makeover.
On Tuesday night, at least some Democrats and Republicans will sit together at President Obama’s State of the Union Address. State lawmakers followed suit Monday.
Politicians normally don’t want to be known as losers. But for Minnesota lawmakers, that title will be a badge of honor.