obesity

They've launched a 'day of disruption' to change the narrative this World Obesity Day. Here's what they'll be doing.
We can no longer afford to treat obesity as a matter of personal responsibility or scorn ‘nanny state’ efforts to turn the tide, writes former Labour deputy leader Tom Watson.
World Health Organisation says report should be "wake-up call" for politicians.
If you’re near broke, why would you deprive yourself of one of the few treats you can afford? Josh Schot writes.
Health campaigns, a weight loss app or even banning adverts and promotion deals will not help the poorest households afford a healthy diet, Dr Nisreen Alwan writes.
Helen Whately suggests new curbs could have similar impact to "sugar tax".
Public Health England said the 'case for action on obesity has never been stronger' as gyms open across England.
The UK government has announced measures to get the nation "fit and healthy" ahead of winter.
Reaching for the slimming pills or detox tea isn't the answer, says NHS chief.
Some seasonal beverages contain almost as much sugar as three cans of Coca Cola.