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Children born by c-section far more likely to be obese by aged five, major study suggests - Telegraph.co.uk



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Children born by c-section far more likely to be obese by aged five, major study suggests 
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Children born by c-section are far more likely to be obese by the time they reach five years old, the biggest ever analysis of the health impacts of caesareans has found. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh reviewed data from 80 studies and ...

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For Childhood Obesity, It's in the Gut (Microbiome) - MedPage Today (blog)



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For Childhood Obesity, It's in the Gut (Microbiome) 
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While multiple studies have documented a link between maternal overweight and childhood overweight, the contribution of genetic versus environmental factors are only beginning to be understood. A new study appearing in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that the ...

 


Reducing Eating Speed May Prevent Obesity in Type 2 Diabetes - Endocrinology Advisor



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Reducing Eating Speed May Prevent Obesity in Type 2 Diabetes 
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Eating speed can affect changes in obesity, body mass index, and waist circumference in patients with type 2 diabetes.

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Exercise can benefit metabolic health in obesity - Healio - Healio



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Exercise can benefit metabolic health in obesity - Healio 
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Adults with mild to severe obesity can obtain metabolic health benefits with physical activity and healthy fitness behaviors while remaining obese, study data show. ?The most important finding is that you cannot judge your patient's fitness or health ...
Heart disease could be a bigger health risk than obesity | Starts at 60 Starts at 60

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Obesity Might Cause Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Young - U.S. News & World Report



Obesity Might Cause Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Young 
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MONDAY, Feb. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Obesity and high blood pressure may play a much greater role in sudden cardiac arrest among young people than previously thought, a new study suggests. The findings highlight the need to screen for these risk ...

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San Diego Children Receive NERF Energy Game Kits to Fight ... - NBC 7 San Diego



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San Diego Children Receive NERF Energy Game Kits to Fight ... 
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The San Diego Sockers got over 100 kids moving Monday morning before handing out NERF Energy game kits that encourage children to work out.
150 kids to receive Nerf Energy Game Kits to fight youth obesity - KUSI

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It's poverty, not individual choice, that is driving extraordinary obesity levels - The Conversation UK



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It's poverty, not individual choice, that is driving extraordinary obesity levels 
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The ?obesity epidemic? deserves much more serious attention than it is getting. It is, after all, thought to be killing nearly 3m people a year worldwide. It is putting huge pressure on health services, yet the public policy response in developed ...

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Obesity: You don't have to lose weight to be fit - Medical News Today



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Obesity: You don't have to lose weight to be fit 
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She and her team investigated the relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and markers of cardiovascular health in individuals with mild to severe obesity. Prof. Kuk explains that exercising for a total of 150 minutes per week ? as recommended ...
Slow Down and Enjoy Your Food ? Fast Eaters Are More Likely to Be Obese Men's Health
Eating Slowly May Help Prevent Obesity, Reduce Associated Health Risks: Study Sci-News.com
Exercise Helps Counter the Ill Effects of Obesity ? Even for the Severely Obese Everyday Health, Inc. (blog)
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Obesity May Give Men With Melanoma an Advantage - WebMD - WebMD



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Obesity May Give Men With Melanoma an Advantage - WebMD 
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THURSDAY, Feb. 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Obese men with advanced melanoma skin cancer seem to have a survival benefit over their slimmer peers, a new study suggests. Among men who received treatment for the potentially deadly cancer, obese patients ...
Obesity, Male Gender May Improve Survival Outcomes with ... Oncology Nurse Advisor

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Obesity linked to increased risk of certain cancers - Houston Chronicle



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Obesity linked to increased risk of certain cancers 
Houston Chronicle
The results of addiction? Just like drug addictions, IA diminishes one's physical activity, causes a lack of face-to-face time with family and friends (and the world in general), and contributes to everything from obesity and lower self-esteem to ...