Obesity

Adolescents Who Skip Breakfast May Develop Obesity

This study investigated behaviors associated with weight gain and cardiometabolic risk in adolescents. Missing the first meal of the day can contribute to the development of unhealthy habits and behaviors.
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The Downside Of Having A Sweet Tooth

Regular consumption of sugary drinks heightens the risk not only of tooth decay, obesity, fatty liver disease and Type 2 diabetes, but also of heart disease and premature death.
Related topics: Liver Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes

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Farxiga Label Expansion Rejected; Chlorpyrifos Stays; Is Obesity A Disease?

(MedPage Today) -- News and commentary from the endocrinology world
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Cvd Risks May Be Reduced Even With Moderate Calorie Restriction

(MedPage Today) -- Improvement in multiple cardiometabolic risk factors in young, non-obese adults, study found
Related topics: Calories, Medical Research

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Sirt6 Over-expression May Prevent Progression Of Diabetes, Study Finds

A new animal study explores an alternative sirtuin-based therapy to block the development of obesity and cardiomyopathy under conditions of excess nutrition, when diet restriction and regular exercise are not feasible.
Related topics: Diabetes, Medical Research, Cardiomyopathy, Diet

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Health Tip: Minimizing Shortness Of Breath

-- Shortness of breath is marked by difficulty breathing or intense tightening in the chest. Medical problems, strenuous exercise, extreme temperatures, obesity and high altitude can all trigger shortness of breath, says Mayo Clinic. To keep...
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British Mp Demands An End To Affordable Food, To Combat Obesity And Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willie Soon – According to British MP Michael Gove, cheap food damages the environment and encourages poor people to overeat. True cost of cheap food is health and climate crises, says commission Damian...

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Timing Of Spay, Neuter Tied To Higher Risk Of Obesity And Orthopedic Injuries In Dogs

Spaying or neutering large-breed dogs can put them at a higher risk for obesity and, if done when the dog is young, nontraumatic orthopedic injuries, reports a new study based on data from the Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime...
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Medical News Today: Ancient Survival Mechanism May Contribute To Obesity Epidemic

Like starvation, overeating stresses cells and causes a similar slowdown in the release of energy from fat storage, a new mouse study suggests.
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Obesity May Boost Odds For Ms In Kids

TUESDAY, July 16, 2019 -- Obese children may be twice as likely to develop multiple sclerosis, a new study suggests. And once obese children are diagnosed, they tend to have a poorer response to their initial treatment than average-weight kids...
Related topics: Multiple Sclerosis, Medical Research

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Belly Fat: Gut Bacteria Checks Could Lead To Personalized Diets

Rates of obesity are rising across the globe; a third of the world's population is now overweight and nearly a fifth is obese. Public health policy has mainly focused on diet to reverse these rising rates, but the impact of these policies has been...
Related topics: Bacteria, Diet

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Anti-starvation Trick That Saved Our Ancestors May Underlie Obesity Epidemic

A molecular 'trick' that kept our ancient ancestors from starving may now be contributing to the obesity epidemic, a new study finds.
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Evolution Could Explain Why Staying Slim Is So Tough

TUESDAY, July 16, 2019 -- It's not easy maintaining a healthy weight. Even when you manage to drop a few pounds, they often return. Why would the body seem to encourage obesity? New research suggests the answer lies far back in human evolution,...
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Screen Time For Young Children: What You Need To Know

For the first time, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued guidelines on physical activity, sleep, and screen time for children from birth through age four. The WHO guidelines are designed to reduce the risk of childhood obesity, which is...
Related topics: Childhood Obesity

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Obesity Linked To Increased Risk For Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis

MONDAY, July 15, 2019 -- Obesity seems to be associated with increased odds of pediatric multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study published online July 15 in JAMA Neurology. Brenda Huppke, M.D., from the University Medical Center Göttingen...
Related topics: Multiple Sclerosis, Medical Research

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Cut Just 300 Calories A Day To Benefit Heart, Even In The Healthy

Moderate calorie restriction can be started early in life to reduce the risk of cardiometabolic diseases; study in normal or slightly overweight adults under 50 described as "groundbreaking." Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Calories, Cardiovascular Disease, Medical Research

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3 Top Diabetes Stocks To Watch In July

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases across the globe, and its prevalence is expected to rise due to the unchecked obesity epidemic. As a result, the demand for diabetes products has been going through the roof over the past decade,...
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These Are The Most And Least Obese States In America

Submitted by Priceonomics The complications associated with obesity are tragic and expensive and they have a direct effect on all consumers in a number of ways. Excess weight relative to one’s height is medically linked with early death,...
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease

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‘my 600-lb Life’s’ Cynthia Wells ‘feels Like A Failure’ After Dramatic Weight Loss

Cynthia Wells was introduced to the world during an episode of TLC’s My 600-lb Life, where she shared her struggle with morbid obesity and her journey to weight loss. At the beginning of her episode in 2016, Wells weighed around 610 pounds and...

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Eating A Bit Less Reduces Heart Attack Risk, Study Shows

The link between obesity and cardiovascular disease is well-known but in what is believed to be the first study of its kind, an international team has found even restricting calorie intake moderately, by people only marginally overweight, can...
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Medical Research, Cardiology, Calories

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