The article can be found here.

A plethora of studies released between 2013 and 2015 paint a picture of the amplitude and cornucopia of weight gain solutions that, according to one professor, seemingly having no impact on sustained weight loss and the overall healthcare problem. Millennials eat less and exercise more, but appear no more successful than the 1971 Gen Yers. A September 2015 report from York University in Toronto, Canada, on 36,400 Americans surveyed between 1971 and 2008, reveals that calorie intake and level of physical activity do not significantly impact weight control.

Read more about what does impact weight control in Chapter 2 article No. 16, OBESITY THE HEALTHCARE MENACE