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In 1991, among Chinese adults over 29-years-old, only 11.7 percent had a BMI above 25, but in 2009, the number increased to 29.2 percent, according to a study published in 2014 on Obesity Reviews, the official journal of the World Obesity Federation.
According to a new study, the incidence of multiple diseases increased in the third generation or great-grandchildren. "What your great-grandmother was exposed to during pregnancy, like the pesticide methoxychlor, may promote a dramatic increase in
21 days of workouts, belly-blasting tips, and fat-burning recipe ideas to help you feel slimmer and more confident all Summer. Good news: Day 19's challenge is to let your body relax and recover from all the hard work you've done this week.
Liposuction used to treat pets with fatty masses Veterinarians say this procedure is a new way to treat "benign fatty masses" that grow on older and overweight animals, especially dogs. Embed Friday, July 25, 2014 Veterinarians say this procedure is
More than half the world's population is host to the newly described virus, named crAssphage, which infects one of the most common types of gut bacteria, Bacteroidetes, the findings showed. This phylum of bacteria is thought to be connected with
His work was widely credited with helping define a field of research that today is near the forefront of the public health agenda. In the family tree of our work, Dr Stunkard would be at the very top, said Dr Marlene B. Schwartz, director for the
But, it seems, the 32-year-old feels she has a little improving to do as the pop star was seen looking into some fat removal treatments in Westlake, California, on Thursday. Leaving a dermatologist's office, the Oops I Did It Again singer grabbed
People who were eating fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean meat or dairy ate more 91.2% -- than those eating less healthful foods 80.6%. The researchers wanted to try to fill in a gap in studies about how much we eat, noting that portion size
17:28 EST, 24 July 2014 View comments Telling children that carrots help you to see in the dark has been encouraging them to eat healthily for generations or so parents thought. But according to research, these messages have the opposite effect if
If brothers and sisters do have more influence on obesity than parents, then they need to be factored into obesity prevention efforts, the authors write. "This is really the first project to come out the bigger study, in which we are actually merging