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Regular bedtime prevents obesity, hypertension & diabetes

Not just kids, even adults appear to benefit from a regular bedtime Adequate sleep has been proven to keep the body healthy and the mind...

The answer to your prayers, this protein makes cells burn more...

Sarcolipin, a small peptide molecule only found in muscles, tricks those cells into using more energy, burning fatIf you have been trying to lose...

Obesity affects ability to build muscles even after resistance training

Obesity shows down the rate of building of new muscles even after resistance training If you are obese and have been wondering why the benefits...

Exercise can reduce risk of heart rhythm disorder in obese people

New study indicates that exercise can reduce risk of atrial fibrillation in severely obese people (BMI greater than 30) Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most...

Obesity may impact flu transmission, severity of illness

Obesity may play a role in how flu spreads, according to a new study A new study suggests that obese adults infected with flu shed...

Obesity alone does not increase risk of death

A study by York University, Toronto, could change the way we think about obesity and healthResearchers have found that patients who have metabolically healthy...

Battling weight? Blame it on fat metabolism errors

Individuals who cannot metabolise fats may need more intensive lifestyle changes Protracted weight gain can, may be a result of impaired fat metabolism. A new study...

Obesity, even if metabolically “healthy” ups heart disease risk

Women who are metabolically healthy but obese have higher risk of cardiovascular diseases compared to normal weight metabolically healthy women Obesity alone can increase the...

Obesity, rapid weight gain in middle age could up cancer risk

Women with high weight gain twice as likely to develop pancreatic cancer Maintaining a stable and healthy weight around middle age could help prevent some...

Larger waistlines linked to higher risk of Vit D deficiency

Larger waistline could be red flag for vitamin D deficiency Higher levels of belly fat is associated with lower levels of vitamin D in obese...

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