Want to tackle obesity? Cinnamon can help
Consumption of around 3 grams of cinnamon powder every day can help reduce obesity and tackle metabolic disorders.
Not been sleeping well? It may boost genetic risk of obesity
Poor sleep patterns accompanied by low levels of physical activity intensify the...
Suffering from obesity? A diabetes drug may help you shed fat
The compound in the drug mimics a naturally occurring hormone which regulates appetite.
Hard day's night: Working in nocturnal shifts ups risk of obesity
Night shift workers had a higher frequency of developing abdominal obesity than other obesity types.
Why obesity, underweight condition may up depression in women
New York, Nov 12 (IANS) Women who are extremely underweight and obese are likely to be at an increased risk of developing common mood disorders like depression and anxiety, as a result of low feel good neuroactive steroid, finds a study.
Did you know that the longer you remain obese, the higher the risk of heart damage?
Maintaining a healthy weight across your lifespan is important for keeping the heart healthy.
Does you child stay up late at night? It could result in obesity
Children who go to bed later and sleep less hours are more likely to be overweight.
Beware! Obesity can lead to 13 types of cancer
According to WHO, around 1.9 billion adults worldwide are overweight or obese.
Indian Army sets strict rules to reduce obesity; bans promotions, foreign postings for obese officials
Army has instructed all units across the country to maintain records of soldiers and officers who are found to be over 10 per cent of their ideal body weight.
Obese teenagers may be at an increased risk of developing colon cancer as adults
Obesity was also associated with a 71 per cent increased risk of rectal cancer in men.
International Women's Health Day: Facial hair, acne can mean PCOS
Here is what women need to know about PCOS.
How helpful are warning labels on sugary drinks?
Sweetened drinks are a major source of added sugar in the s diet and there is growing concern about the adverse effects.
Long-term anti-depressant usage may up risk of weight gain
Weight gain is associated with high risk of many diseases including diabetes, heart disease and even cancers.
Fat shaming doctors may harm obese people mentally, physically
New York, Aug 6 (IANS) Fat shaming done by health care providers can take a toll on overweight people's physical health and well-being, according to a study.
Gene therapy via skin may treat diabetes, obesity
New York, Aug 4 (IANS) A new form of gene therapy administered through skin transplants can help improve treatments for Type-2 diabetes and obesity, researchers have claimed.
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