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Obesity (31)

Medical articles on obesity.

Tuesday, 09 September 2014 15:13

Home Cooking is Healthy Cooking

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I think there is little controversy that eating at home is a much healthier choice than eating out.

Thursday, 28 August 2014 12:52

Biomarkers for Foods Identified in Blood

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Researchers recently were able to identify bio-markers in blood for different foods eaten. The technique enables us scientifically measure the amount of any particular food ingredient in the body and provides a useful tool to assess the compliance of an individual with a specific diet he/she has been prescribed for weight control or any other medical purpose.

Wednesday, 27 August 2014 21:24

Obesity Found Linked With Dementia

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The list of diseases associated with obesity is getting longer and longer. Since the recognition of obesity by renown health icons like WHO and American Health Association as one of the biggest health problem of 21st century, extensive research has been launched to find out its elaborate role in causation of different diseases that find their way through it. Thanks to research, every now and then, we come to know that obesity is at the root cause of many different diseases.

Obesity epidemic is a global health concern. A new study finds a link between obesity and 10 common cancers.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 13:38

Drug-Induced Weight Gain

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Weight gain with over eating or eating fat-rich, high caloric diet is understandable. But some time you gain weight despite you are not over eating or eating bad; your medications may be the cause!

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 14:14

Why is Obesity Deleterious to Health?

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It has now become general knowledge that obesity is deleterious for health; the print and electronic media throughout the world has created enough awareness and hundreds of thousands of weight loss programs are running to help control the epidemic.

Since the time health experts the world over identified obesity as a real global health issue and health icon like WHO declared it as 'one of the biggest health problems of the 21st century', researchers are striving hard finding out ways to contain the problem.

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 11:51

Chronic Disease Management at Workplaces

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One of the most important outcomes of tremendous development made in health sciences over the past about 150 years has been the stretch in the life spans of people. For example, the life expectancy at birth for the overall US population was 46.3 years in 1900 and currently this figure is 78.7 years (2011) which shows the life span has almost doubled.

Friday, 27 June 2014 12:27

About Being Active at Places of Work

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Recognizing the well known health benefits of being physically active, work configurations which encourage standing rather than sitting during work hours are becoming increasingly prevalent in organizations.

Monday, 09 June 2014 12:56

Bariatric Surgery - Part 2

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In continuation with our previous blog on bariatric surgery, while it is true that bariatric surgery offers one of the very good options for severely obese individuals who have no other option and it has also initially shown promising results in controlling uncontrolled diabetes as well as preventing serious complications like heart disease & stroke, it has its reservations & limitations too.

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