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Frequent experiences of racism are associated with a higher risk of obesity among African American women, a new study claims. Scientists found that women who were more frequently victimised for their race, were more likely to be obese. Frequent
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Children who have a TV in their bedroom are likely to gain weight . But kids who play active video games might lose unwanted pounds, according to two new studies. "In an age of widespread childhood and adolescent obesity , technology is clearly the
The study involved 39 young adult men and women of normal weight, who ate 750 extra calories per day for seven weeks. The goal was for them to gain three per cent of their starting weight. One half of the subjects were random to eat surplus calories
24 February 2014 7 shares 6 View comments The average obese woman takes just one hour of vigorous exercise a year, new research has revealed Obese women get just one hour of vigorous exercise each year, new research has revealed...The average obese
Overweight and obese women who gain too few pounds, or even lose weight, during pregnancy may be putting their unborn child at risk, a new study suggests. "While many people recommend that weight loss in pregnancy, particularly for very obese women
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden compared the effects of different kinds of purported super berries on weight gain in mice. They tested lingonberries, bilberries, raspberries, crowberries, blackberries, blackcurrant and acai berries.
ET RAW Obesity specialist on importance of sleep 1:19 Two Ottawa-based sleep doctors are sounding the alarm about the consequences of sleep deprivation. Dr. Elliott Lee, a sleep specialist based at Ottawa's Royal Mental Health Centre, said research
They weighed themselves daily before breakfast for, on average, nearly three months. During any given week, participants' weight fluctuated, going up some days, including weekends for nearly everyone, and down on other days. However, by the end of
Your friend just found out she's lactose-intolerant (which isn't a food allergy -- but more on that in a bit), and she's been shedding pounds after kicking dairy out of her diet. And wasn't that rail-thin guy you dated in high school allergic to (and