Easy Ways to Lose Weight


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Why do some people find it harder than others to lose weight? – The Guardian


Posted: January 5, 2021 at 11:51 am

Anushka Asthana talks to Dr Andrew Jenkinson, a consultant in bariatric (weight-loss) surgery. He discusses how his patients experiences of failed weight loss led him to spend years researching metabolism and weight reduction. Why is it that although most people consume food with too many calories, only some become obese? Continue reading

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After magazine calls obesity ‘healthy’, here is understanding when it crosses the line – Times Now


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After magazine calls obesity 'healthy', here is understanding when it crosses the line&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspiStock Images New Delhi: With the advent of the social media and the spur of the many downsides of the platform, one of the few advantages is that people have become more aware of certain issues, and started to voice them, too. They have become a little 'woke' to put it in terms of social media itself. One of the many things that they have realised and started to talk about is body shaming, insecurities about weight, height, complexion and colour and how shaming one for looking a certain way can affect their self-image, confidence, and mental health Continue reading

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80% of the Covid deaths in Yucatan involved hypertension, diabetes, or obesity – The Yucatan Times


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In the course of 2020, in the State, four out of every five people who died as a result of Covid-19 had at least one comorbidity, which complicated their state of health, to the point of losing their life, reported the Ministry of Health of Yucatan (SSY). Continue reading

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Are metabolic hormones the next frontier in cancer treatment? – MedCity News


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Conceptual vector illustration. Human diseases. Stop cancer Its now well established that obesity, visceral (belly) fat and type 2 diabetes (i.e., metabolic dysfunction) increase a persons risk for developing certain cancers Continue reading

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Obesity, the other risk of American football – The Press Stories


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After the fireworks and other pyrotechnic matches on Sunday (Monday 12:30 pm in Europe) at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, the All-America wait begins: the Super Bowl, the final between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots with over 110 million spectators. Live. But in the National Football League (NFL), you can only see the problems better when the lights go out Continue reading

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Brown fat may protect you against cardiac, metabolic conditions: How is it different from white fat? – TheHealthSite


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Not all fats are bad alike and not all of them are harmful. Some fats can actually help to promote good health. For example, brown fat, also called brown adipose tissue, helps maintain your body temperature when you get too cold Continue reading

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Chronic inflammation of obesity: How it affects blood vessel cells – TheHealthSite


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Obesity is today a global epidemic and most people across countries and cultures fight the menace constantly. This condition is dangerous as it can lead to severe health complications. Continue reading

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Aspirin Use for Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Is Safe and Effective in Overweight and Obese Patients Undergoing Revision Total Hip and Knee…


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This article was originally published here J Arthroplasty. 2020 Dec 11:S0883-5403(20)31245-6 Continue reading

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A Recipe for Homemade Obesity: The Association Between Depression, Obesity, and Cognitive Deficits – Psychiatric Times


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The unintended negative consequences of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues to be a problem. Reduced social interaction and closure of public places, along with increased home confinement, has led to a sharp decrease in physical activity, a steady increase in food intake, and a rise in the risk of obesity.1 Stress has similarly impacted sleep, unhealthy eating, and even increased consumption of alcohol Continue reading

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Assessing the Link Between Sugary Drinks and Cancer – Pharmacy Times


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Over the past 2 decades, there has been an increase in the consumption of sugar worldwide, partly because of beverage marketing and growing urbanization.1 This lifestyle is deeply rooted in western countries. Data from the United States National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey showed that the intake of sugar in the US population surpassed the recommended calorie intake, with the average intake of men and women aged 18 years and older being 1.5 and 2.8 greater, respectively.2 On average, half of the US population consumes sugary drinks on a given day, with data showing 1 in 4 people get at least 200 calories daily from sugary drinks.3 Consumption of sugary drinks regularly may be a major contributory factor to the epidemic of cancer, according to a study published by the British Medical Journal.4 According to the study, a sugary drink is more than 5% sugar, which includes sugar-sweetened beverages, soft drinks (carbonated or non-carbonated), fruit drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks, and 100% fruit juices. Continue reading

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