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Emojis could chase childhood obesity away

Posted by on Apr 2, 2016 in belly fat | 0 comments

Emojis could chase childhood obesity away How to fight childhood obesity when all methods seem to have been tested? The solution may lie in Emojis, the now irreplaceable images used in …See Original Article Valeant acquires Orexigen's obesity drug, stock continues its slide Earlier this week, Takeda severed its distribution partnership with Orexigen for the obesity med Contrave. As a result, Orexigen acquired all U.S. rights …See Original Article Budget 2016: New sugar tax to tackle childhood obesity A new sugar tax on the soft drinks industry to be introduced in two years' time to cut down on spiralling childhood obesity levels, finance minister …See Original Article UK to levy sugar tax on soft drinks to fight childhood obesity Britain will impose a new sugar tax on soft drinks in two years' time to fight childhood obesity, UK Treasury chief announced today in his annual …See Original...

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The Link Between Social Standing and Obesity

Posted by on Dec 30, 2015 in belly fat | 0 comments

The Link Between Social Standing and Obesity Research data from the UK has shown once again that there is a direct link between childhood obesity and social standing. The national childhood …See Original Article Scientists Discover Obesity Causing Genes Being able to enhance fat burning could have clinical applications, such as the production of anti-obesity drugs,” said Dr Takahashi Akinori, of the …See Original Article Obesity significantly associated with knee osteoarthritis Obesity has been previously associated with an increased risk of developing knee OA. However, previous meta-analysis included both cohort and …See Original Article Bariatric Surgery Improves Type 2 Diabetes, Reduces Risk Of Heart Attacks Obesity rates have doubled since 1980, according to the World Health Organization, with 600 million people worldwide considered to be obese.See Original...

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Obesity in humans linked to fat gene in prehistoric apes

Posted by on Dec 16, 2015 in belly fat | 0 comments

Obesity in humans linked to fat gene in prehistoric apes A genetic mutation in extinct European apes that enabled them to convert fruit sugar into fat could be a cause of the modern obesity epidemic and …See Original Article MSPs get set to introduce junk-food tax in bid for slimmer Scotland Watchdogs FSS last week painted a bleak picture of Scotland's diet and revealed little progress has been made tackling obesity in the past 15 years.See Original Article Set an example: cut sugar levels in drinks by law Much has been said recently about the growing problem, not only in this country but throughout the region, of the high level of obesity, especially in …See Original Article Suffolk gets healthier Many of those grants are funding initiatives toward combating obesity, improving the nutritional health of families and reducing the occurrence of …See Original...

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Obesity Linked to More Severe Bone, Joint Injuries

Posted by on Dec 14, 2015 in belly fat | 0 comments

Obesity Linked to More Severe Bone, Joint Injuries FRIDAY, Dec. 4, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Obesity complicates the treatment of broken bones and other major joint injuries, a new study suggests.See Original Article Carpal tunnel syndrome on the rise due to obesity Carpal tunnel syndrome on the rise due to obesity Being overweight or obese increases the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome, according to …See Original Article New Evidence Suggests Fathers Pass on Obesity Through Sperm This relationship between genetic data and lifestyle changes could lead to methods of preventing the transmission of obesity and other disorders from …See Original Article Sugar tax: Is it enough to solve the obesity crisis? Other suggestions to help the battle against obesity include introducing 20% tax on full sugar soft drinks, stronger controls on buy-one-get-one-free …See Original...

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The reality of fast food

Posted by on Dec 11, 2015 in belly fat | 0 comments

The reality of fast food Obesity is a nationwide problem, but some states and cities have it worse than others. In Chicago, obesity is a big problem. I think one of the reasons …See Original Article Coke Gets Caught Funding “Anti-Obesity Organization” and Trying to Manipulate Data Coca Cola got its hand caught in the non-profit honeypot last week when the Associate Press reported on emails which showed that Coca Cola was …See Original Article Inactivity, obesity accelerate arthritic pain First and foremost, there is incontrovertible evidence that obesity and physical inactivity are two factors that can accelerate osteoarthritic change in …See Original Article Obesity Becoming A Huge Problem in New York City Statistics was given by The State of Obesity: Better Policies for a Healthier America and it noted how New York City is actually the 12th lowest obese …See Original...

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NZ cats, dogs facing obesity epidemic

Posted by on Nov 4, 2015 in belly fat | 0 comments

NZ cats, dogs facing obesity epidemic If you're the owner of a fat cat or have a hog for a dog, then it's time to check your pet's weight. It's Pet Obesity Awareness Day and vets around the …See Original Article New Research Program To Search For Nutritional Solutions to Obesity, Poor Metabolic Health The new obesity and metabolic health research program, dubbed “Peak Nutrition for Metabolic Health,” will be led by Professor Sally Poppitt from the …See Original Article Childhood obesity is the subject of an ongoing study Childhood obesity is the subject of an ongoing study … are at risk of not living as long as their parents because of a large spike in childhood obesity.See Original Article Experts warning of obesity epidemic, this time for pets The latest alarm is not for us, but our four legged friends with a rise in fat pets suffering ailments from diabetes to arthritis. Source: ONE News …See Original...

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