Obesity

Food’s a Human Right, Not Just ‘a Commodity To Be Traded’: Guterres 

Every day, hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry. Three billion people cannot afford a healthy diet. Two billion are overweight or obese and yet 462 million, are underweight. Nearly a third of all food that is produced, is lost or...
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Common Weight Loss Operation Is Safe And Effective In Children And Adolescents 10 Years On

Results from a 10-year study of children and adolescents who underwent a common weight loss operation to treat severe obesity show they safely have long-lasting major weight loss and improvement of their obesity-related medical problems without...
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Harvard Doctor Claims Racism And Obesity Are Inextricably Linked

“Is obesity a manifestation of systemic racism? A ten-point strategy for study and intervention” The post Harvard Doctor Claims Racism and Obesity Are Inextricably Linked first appeared on Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion.
Related topics: Harvard University, Medical Research

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America’s Most Obese Counties

Recent public health crises, namely the COVID-19 pandemic and the opioid epidemic, have overshadowed a longer-standing problem in the United States — obesity. Since the early 1960s, the share...

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At Last, A Call For Leadership To Prevent Diet-related Chronic Disease

Chronic (“noncommunicable”) diseases—heart disease, cancer, and diabetes—account for half of annual deaths in the United States at enormous physical and economic cost to individuals and to society.  These conditions are related to diet;...
Related topics: Diet, Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Oncology, Diabetes

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“it’s Never Been This Bad:” Stunning New Research Shows How Much Child Obesity Has...

The authoritarian lockdown measures that have been in place since the beginning of the ‘pandemic’ have caused an untold amount of ramifications that will have a detrimental impact for years to come. Unfortunately, children have been some...
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Cleveland Clinic Children's Study Shows Healthy Diets Reduce Cardiovascular Risk Factors In...

A Cleveland Clinic-led research team found that statistically overweight children who followed a healthy eating pattern significantly improved weight and reduced a variety of cardiovascular disease risks. The study, which published today in the...
Related topics: Medical Research, Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology

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New Aha Guidance On Managing Obesity-related Hypertension

Clinicians are addressing the secondary problem (ie, hypertension or diabetes), but not the root cause of obesity as aggressively, says the writing group chair. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Hypertension, Diabetes

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High Obesity In 16 States; Pfas & Breastfeeding; Illegal Diabetes Supplements

(MedPage Today) -- Sixteen states -- a jump from 12 states in 2019 -- now officially have high obesity prevalence rates, defined as at least 35% of residents having obesity. New to the CDC's list in 2020 were Delaware, Iowa, Ohio, and Texas...
Related topics: Diabetes, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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New Research Sheds Light On How To Tackle Obesity

According to research from the American Society for Nutrition, previous guidelines for combating obesity fail to address the underlying cause of obesity and weight gain.
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Cdc Warns Of "alarming" Increase In Child Obesity During Pandemic

CDC Warns Of "Alarming" Increase In Child Obesity During Pandemic Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said children and teenagers in the United States saw their body...
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This Is America’s Most Obese State

Southern states have especially high rates of obesity. The highest of them all is in Mississippi.

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3 Ways Tv Addicts Can Improve Their Health

Watching TV is an enjoyable pastime, and we all love to binge-watch our favorite shows and movies. However, sitting in front of a TV screen for hours on end is not good for you, and it can lead to several health issues like obesity, high blood...
Related topics: Hypertension, Blood Pressure

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Steep Bmi Increase For Kids, Teens During The Pandemic

(MedPage Today) -- Kids and teens' rate of body mass index (BMI) increase almost doubled during the pandemic compared with prior years, and the percentage with obesity also increased, researchers found. Among those ages 2 to 19 years, the monthly...
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Taking Australia's Homegrown Superfood Mainstream

Lupins have long been touted as the next superfood, combatting heart disease, diabetes and obesity and new research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has taken an important step to make that a reality.
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Medical Research

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Cdc Research Sees Spike In Us Obesity Rate From 2018 To 2020

New research from CDC shows that the number of US states with an obesity rate over 35% has nearly doubled since 2018.
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Medical Research

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Changes To Workplace Cafeteria Menus Nudge Workers To Consume Fewer Calories

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, who led the study, say that even simple interventions such as these could contribute towards tackling levels of obesity. Unhealthy eating, including eating more calories than are needed, plays a major role...
Related topics: Calories, Medical Research

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Older Age, Chronic Co-morbidities Associated With More Severe Covid Disease In Children

A recent study determined the factors associated with severe disease and poor health outcomes among children presenting to the hospital with COVID. These included older age and chronic co-morbidities such as obesity, diabetes and neurologic...
Related topics: Medical Research, Diabetes

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More Intensive And Personalized Strategies May Be Needed For Weight Loss

Modest weight loss can lead to meaningful risk reduction in adults with obesity. Although both behavioral economic incentives and environmental change strategies have shown promise for initial weight loss, to date their efficacy alone or in...

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Researchers Warn Young Adults Are At Highest Risk Of Obesity

Adults aged 18-24 gained the most weight over 10 years compared with older individuals and should be a key target for prevention programs, say researchers. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Medical Research

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