Tag Archives: risk of obesity
Recent findings suggest that poorer children have triple the risk of being obese, so researchers aimed to identify the link between the two. The researchers used data from nearly 20,000 families across the UK and measured information from children at… Read More
For thousands of years, beer has been considered the most common beverage around the world. Its extensive use in society may have been fueled by notion of its positive effects on health, although no scientific evidence has been collected during… Read More
Dining out is a pleasure that we all like to indulge in from time to time. Before you dive into your meal though, you should know that there is plenty on the menu that can put you at a higher… Read More
Normal, healthy weights are usually associated with better health performance and outcomes, but a new study, published in the American Journal of Cardiology, shows that this may not be the case for heart failure patients.
Heart failure is a serious… Read More
Long commutes have always been annoying, but as far as being hazardous to your health, that might just be a new idea.
As cities become more busy with the urban sprawl, people are spending more and more time behind the… Read More
We have always been told, cut down on those desserts and you will start to lose unwanted pounds. Now a study has revealed that desserts could help you keep weight off.
For those who have a sweet tooth this is… Read More
Obesity is a chronic and serious medical condition and according to many physicians, obesity is not a choice – it is a disease. We don’t discriminate against people with cancer, arthritis or other health disorders, and we certainly don’t discriminate… Read More
Do you want to grow old and still look fabulous? The fight against flab during aging may be quite challenging but a recent report highlighted a simple, yet promising technique in winning the battle against obesity through the control of… Read More
Do you find sweet-tasting food items more appealing than other food products? The search for that particular sweet taste has been a part of our nutrition and has influenced human behavior for centuries. The sweet taste in certain food items… Read More
Have you ever considered using tai chi as your regular form of exercise? Tai chi originated from China in the 15th century by the Taoist priest, Zhang San Feng, for his practice of religion and philosophy. Two centuries later, tai… Read More
Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful chronic disease that is mainly characterized by inflammation of the joints. Several risk factors have been strongly associated with the development of rheumatoid arthritis, including cardiovascular disease and diabetes. However, it is also important to… Read More
We have been bombarded with diet plans, diet pills, fasting techniques and dozens of other weight loss programs in our quest to beat the bulge. For some people the drive to lose weight or to avoid the risk of obesity… Read More