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At the recent ENDO 2013 conference in San Francisco, an endocrinology fellow and instructor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, commented “obese women shouldn't skip breakfast".
Outcomes of a recently updated position paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, report mounting evidence from decades of research about activity and healthy diet in preventing chronic disease.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Europe has released an important policy summary entitled “Physical activity promotion in socially disadvantaged groups: Principles for action”
Obesity is a condition that needs to be treated on a daily basis. It is prudent not to simply aim for a temporary weight loss, but to change lifestyle habits, and keep weight under control permanently.
By WellCorpRx, LLC
July 19, 2013, Atlanta, GA: WellCorpRx LLC, America’s Diabetes Solution, has just launched its Type 2 Diabetes Reversal Program. Under the supervision of WellCorpRx’s Medical Director Lester E. Benn, M.D.
By University of Houston
New Study from UH Texas Obesity Research Center on Chronic Over-eaters and Dieters
American domination of the world has lost one of its major attributes: According to a new study by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, 32.8 percent obesity rate among Mexican adults, compared to 31.8 percent among adults in the United..
By Strategic Book Group
Losing Weight Becomes Easy With These Handy ‘Golden Rules,' Now Available for Kindle, Nook, iPad and other e-Readers
By NeoMedigen Limited
Drugs in development would treat one disease, but unlike drugs of today, they would prevent 20 others. In effect, they would slow aging"
By Effective Weight Loss Success
Find out why many people are still facing the obesity problem and how they can manage it through simple changes in lifestyle.
By Fit and Faithful Living
Fit and Faithful Living to put on their 2nd annual Health and Fitness Expo to present health and wellness opportunities for the DFW area.
Against the recommendation of their scientific advisors, the AMA declares obesity a disease. Many believe this will further damage the already fragile relationship between physician and fat patient.
By LoneStart Wellness
A simple concept, exquisite in its simplicity and effectiveness
By LonesStart Wellness
The answer has to be, “Yes!” Absolutely, “Yes.” Here’s How...
By Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie recently revealed that he had underwent lap-band weight loss surgery to lose weight and improve health. Is weight loss surgery right for you? Morris County NJ personal trainer weights the pros and cons.
By Placidway Medical Travel Company
PlacidWay has recently joined efforts with ESCOS - the European Special Management Center of Obesity Surgery, based in Switzerland and Egypt, in helping to fight global obesity.
By Kevin Pimentel
Weight Loss 101: How I Conquered Obesity can be found at his website www.myweightloss101.com.
By Marchtaler Group
“This year, 5.3 million deaths will be attributed to physical inactivity. Smoking is responsible for 5 million deaths per year” DesignedToMove.Org
By Enchanted Closet, Inc.
Former Baltimore Residents Make a Difference in Metropolitan Atlanta
By Indian Foundation for Scientific Yoga
According to celebrity trainer Subodh Gupta, McDonald's recent product “Mega Potato” will make people fat and spread obesity.
By High Point Wellness Concepts LLC
A work space that works with you, not against you, to make computer work comfortable
By Martin Kaye LLP
An employment tribunal has ruled that being obese is not a disability, but that the health issues caused by being overweight could still lead to a disability discrimination claim.
Morbidly-A-Beast apparel line promotes fitness awareness by urging adults, kids to “MAB On”
By Family Review Center
Family Review Center reviews family friendly products free of charge and has done so since 2000. When we find a product that is amazing, we award it accordingly. Such is the case for this great new game called RECESS, by Healthy 1 Productions.
Ever-growing waistlines could result in a big increase in the number of people who develop dementia in the future, researchers have warned. BBC News.
By BRG Dietetics & Nutrition, P.C.
The Solution to Weight Loss Struggles and Failed Diets Allows One to Make Peace with Food, Enjoy Guilt-Free Eating, a Life Free of Dieting and a Body they Love.
By Pasch Marketing
Basic Fact about Obesity: Between 1980 and 2000, obesity rates increased among adults. About 60 million adults, or 30 percent of the adult population, are now obese. Obesity expenses: $52 billion in 1995 and $75 billion in 2003
By Marsden Weighin Group
The UK’s leading manufacturer of medical weighing scales is receiving more requests than ever before for scales which help manage the huge problem of childhood...
By Sally Symonds Healthy Life Mentor
Sally Symonds has been nominated as one of the Top 10 Health Blogger’s by Australia Wide First Aid.
By JOAN'S eBOOKS LLC
Lively and witty... Meet Stanley. He's a curious black bear whose favorite thing in the world is munching on cookies and chips.
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
It's virtually unanimous – CVS's policy of imposing much higher health insurance premiums to pressure workers into living healthier lives, and into getting medical exams to prove it, is perfectly legal, and already part of a growing...
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 21, 2013): CVS Caremark is cracking down on workers who balloon the company's medical care and other costs, and possibly undermine its public commitment to health, forcing all employees – on pain of a $50/month penalty –...
By Steady Pace 5K
Steady Pace 5K is excited to announce the launch of our newly designed Web site, which goes live today, Tuesday March 12, 2013 and is located at the same address: www.
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By Dr. Henry G. Brzycki, Ph.D.
New research from author Henry Brzycki, Ph.D. demonstrates how using a new prevention self model dramatically reduces incidences of obesity and obesity related illnesses, and mental promotes health.
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
At 4 PM today, undergraduate students in a major university will be assigned homework requiring them to lobby their local legislators in favor of a major Obama policy – fighting obesity.
NAAFA supports the passing of MA House Bill H.2024 which would put an end to the “fat” letters being sent to the parents of children in Massachusetts. Other such attempts have proven non-productive, even damaging.
America increasingly turns to friends and neighbors to get answers to health-related complications. Remedies.everything-HealthInsurance.com is a forum of user-generated home-remedies.
Investigative article in the New York Times Magazine says corporate America spent huge money and resources to addict the public on snack foods ignoring nutritional value. Another author agrees in his book to be released this week.
Mariano and Reed’s recent cutting remarks in the media were intended to publicly embarrass Gov. Christie and Ms. McCarthy. Public fat shaming does no good and only leads to stigma and discrimination.
By m3sm UK LTD
As you’ll know if you look after patients who are coping with obesity, it’s important to have the correct bariatric equipment. In addition to suitable beds and hoists, bariatric chairs can be a great help.
By Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions
The Gender Specific Knee is one of the highly anticipated topics at ICJR Middle East 2013 in Dubai
Weight bullying of obese kids are on the rise. Recent studies show that as young as grade 4 to 6 school kids experienced weight bullying. Obese children are bullied by other children regardless of gender, race or academic achievement
By Bodies Personal Training
Bodies Personal Training is joining the fight to end childhood obesity by hosting a series of family themed healthy holiday fun runs throughout 2013.
By American Academy of Neurology
Being obese may increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) in children and teenage girls, according to new research published in the January 30, 2013, online issue of Neurology®
By seca united kingdom
The medical Body Composition Analyzer seca mBCA makes the complex scientific methods used to obtain a precise picture of body mass composition completely superfluous. For many different medical specialties the seca mBCA delivers the basic data.
By Spotlight Media
Jodi Williams once topped the scale at a whopping 112 kilos. In her new, inspirational book, Lap Bands and Laughter, she takes readers on her fascinating journey to undergo a life-altering procedure to drop more than 50 kilos.
By University of Missouri–St. Louis
The Sixth Annual African-American Nursing History Conference will address health care disparities, health care equity and health care promotion through awareness and action by providing free health care screenings.
By Think Brown INK
Fun Fitness and Fashion Show for Kids and Families uses Arts to Promote Healthy Lifestyles - Presidential Inauguration Weekend Kickoff for Kids
Under the umbrella of PositiveMotion, LLC, STAND2LEARN, LLC has brokered a deal with the Research Valley Angel Fund to provide bridge funding of the faculty-led startup company.
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