Study debunks notion that C-section would increase risk of obesity in the child
Women who have C-sections are no more likely to have children who develop obesity than women who give birth naturally, according to a large study. The findings contradict...
20 minutes ago - ScienceDaily
C-section Births Not Linked to Obesity in Kids: Myth Debunked
New study debunks the myth that a cesarean birth increases the odds of a child growing fat or obese.
7 hours ago - Medindia Health
Looking for the best the weight management category has to offer
The growing obesity epidemic has flummoxed public health officials. Unfortunately, the dietary supplement industry has a checkered history in helping to find solutions.
11 hours ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Choose Avocados to Help Reduce Risk for Obesity and Diabetes
Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fat your body burns easily for energy. They may be one of the healthiest foods you can eat every day as they help protect your heart and...
18 hours ago - Mercola - 2 articles
Vegan, Vegetarian, Or Keto? How To Talk To Your Kids About Diet Choices
Today's parents make better informed eating decisions. In the pursuit of better health, many parents are forsaking the traditional American diet for alternatives such as...
20 hours ago - HealthWorks Collective
Children who are born through C-sections are NOT more likely to be fat when they grow up
Swedish scientists have quashed the theory, declaring there to be 'no evidence' to support a link between the two. They analysed obesity rates among 100,000 18-year-old men.
21 hours ago - Daily Mail
Despite Obesity Epidemic, Doctors Don't Prescribe Obesity Drugs
To fix this conundrum, 'the most effective strategy may be to recognize that obesity is a disease and needs to be treated as such, and to hold providers accountable for care,'...
1 day ago - Medscape
MRI Reveals Brain Damage Linked With Obesity in Teens
]]> - CHICAGO - Adolescents with obesity showed a pattern of damage in brain regions responsible for control of appetite, emotions, and cognitive functions, a researcher...
1 day ago - MedPage Today
Why scientists are studying hibernation to tackle obesity
New research in hibernating mammals reveals that noncoding DNA may play a role in mechanisms related to obesity control in humans and other animals.
1 day ago - Medical News Today
Brain influential in weight loss plateau
LOS ANGELES - A brain counter-regulatory mechanism may be at play in weight loss plateaus with GLP-1 receptor agonists. “Obesity and its comorbidities have been rising rapidly...
1 day ago - Healio - 2 articles
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Urban Outfitters Is Selling a $139 Weighted Blanket, and You Can Bet It's on...
A weighted blanket may be just what every stressed-out college student needs this Winter. They're thought to ease anxiety by hugging your body , which helps reduce cortisol...
Study shows 3 months of high-intensity exercise can help restore heart...
Diabetes increases the risk of developing other chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular disease. But in a recent study, scientists from the University of Otago in New...
Weight-Loss Surgery a Boon for the Heart
The research included 38 obese patients who had weight-loss surgery and 19 obese patients who were on the waiting list for weight-loss surgery.
Vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women can compromise neonates
Researchers from McGill University Sainte Anne de Bellevue in Canada conducted a scoping review to provide an overview of the latest evidence from studies regarding the impact...