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Weight problems tops 35 p.c in seven U.S. states: file

Weight problems tops 35 p.c in seven U.S. states: file(HealthDay)—American citizens proceed to fatten up, with weight problems charges topping 35 p.c in seven states, a brand new file finds.

Emerging Ecu existence expectancy undermined via weight problems: WHO

Emerging Ecu existence expectancy undermined via weight problems: WHOLifestyles expectancy in Europe continues to extend however weight problems and the rising percentage of people who find themselves obese dangers reversing this development, the Global Well being Group warned Wednesday.

Say no to yo-yo dieting

Say no to yo-yo dieting(HealthDay)—New to weight loss or tired of yo-yo dieting? Learning “stability skills” first may lead to greater long-term weight loss success.

Obese/overweight pregnant women can safely control weight gain through diet and exercise

Obese/overweight pregnant women can safely control weight gain through diet and exerciseMany overweight and obese women gain too much weight during pregnancy, further ratcheting up their already-increased risk of serious complications for themselves and their babies.

5 obstacles parents commonly face in child obesity treatment and how to overcome them

5 obstacles parents commonly face in child obesity treatment and how to overcome themIt’s not easy helping kids with obesity lose weight: U of A experts provide advice on some of the challenges parents are up against.

Parents, don’t panic—your picky eater is in good health

Parents, don’t panic—your picky eater is in good health Research findings using data from the University of Bristol’s Children of the 90s study should reassure parents that their fussy toddlers can grow up with a healthy height and weight.

Rethinking the health and weight debate

Rethinking the health and weight debateSwinburne researchers are part of a new wave of health professionals challenging our perception of weight and health. While it’s long been thought that fatness is unhealthy, and skinniness is healthy, research shows this isn’t the whole truth.

Study finds behavioral changes insufficient at preventing early childhood obesity

Study finds behavioral changes insufficient at preventing early childhood obesityYoung children and their families in poor communities were able to make some achievable and sustainable behavioral changes during the longest and largest obesity prevention intervention, but, in the end, the results were insufficient to prevent early childhood obesity.

Research reveals new obesity prevention target

Research reveals new obesity prevention targetA team of LSU Health New Orleans researchers has found a lower prevalence of overweight and obesity among youth in Grenada compared to US adolescents. The differences may reflect the impact of the westernized diet and lifestyle. The research may lead to a change in […]

How artificial intelligence can help us eat better

How artificial intelligence can help us eat betterDo you have that friend you go out with to indulge on all the scrumptious (and unhealthy) delicacies L.A. has to offer? Or how about that other friend who eats organic and always makes you feel like an unhealthy chicken nugget? Chances are […]

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