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Diabetic Skip Jabs to Stay Slim

...as a teenager she was determined to lose weight by dieting like her friends. But she was blind by the age of 23 after years of abusing insulin injections. Ms Caltieri, an aspiring actress and singer from Leeds, said: She told me one woman had fallen into a coma but I still thought I could control it. I start...

Scary Spice Shedding Weight for Reunion Tour

...really well. I've been working out really hard and dieting like crazy and it's finally coming off. I feel great," the Mirror quoted her, as saying. She added that she is really looking forward to the tour, and that she cannot be happier about the way things are going. I can't wait to go on tour in December, ...

Yo-yo Dieting Increases Kidney Cancer Risk in Women

...ish and American researchers have found that yo-yo dieting can more than double the risk of developing kidney...ost eight years to study the consequences of yo-yo dieting and compared women average waist size to those with the large waistlines. The study found that wei...

Diet and Exercise Helps Reduce Weight After Pregnancy

A combination of dieting and exercise is a more effective way of losing weight after pregnancy than dieting alone . Women naturally gain weight during pregnancy and many gradually lose it afterwards, but so...

EU Drug Regulator Highlights Depression Danger of Weight-loss Pill

...and Drug Administration concluded in June that the dieting treatment, which can also be used to treat diabetes, was unsafe because it caused suicidal thoughts as a side-effect. The maker of the drug, French group Sanofi-Aventis, abandoned attempts to win approval for the drug in the United States as a resu...

Experts Warn Against Side Effects of the New Weight Loss Drug

...ents shared Vose's attitude and willingness to try dieting the hard way: The Weight Watchers program emphasizes portion control, exercise and slow, long-term weight loss. "I'm sure (Alli) is not the solution to the obesity epidemic," said Christopher Gardner, a Stanford University Medical School nutrition ...

Sanofi Withdraws Anti-obesity Drug in US

...ministration concluded earlier this month that the dieting treatment, referred to as rimonabant by the company, was unsafe and should not be sold in the United States. "Sanofi-Aventis will work towards submitting the rimonabant file to the FDA at a future date," the company said, adding that it will "under...

Thin People may Be Internally Fat

...vital organs. The people who remain thin through dieting but without physical exercise are more susceptible...ith physical looks and wishes to remain thin, then dieting alone should be enough. But if one is also keen to stay healthy, regular physical exercises are ines...

Dieting Fads -Flab Revisited

...come out with findings that dispel the halo around dieting regimes. Not only do would-be weight losers gain b...eir research on thousands of dieters who underwent dieting plans. The research covered also more than 30 studies on the subject. Says lead researcher Dr...

AMA Wants Government Action To Make Models ‘Models Of Good Health

...health threats such as eating disorders, dangerous dieting habits, smoking and depression. “There is also the question of how young girls are sometimes depicted in advertising. “We need to do something soon to prevent young people, especially girls, harming themselves in the pursuit of a false ideal. “...

Shedding Pounds from Diet or Exercise—Take Your Pic

...those extra pounds have been told for decades that dieting together with exercise will bring about the best r...s//. Not so, says new research, which reveals that dieting alone is as effective as dieting plus exercise. The key is in the calories and the study shows that ...

Sensible Diet and Good Exercise is the Key to Lose Weight

... weight. Ravussin used this study to find out if dieting is linked to longevity of life. Though this was shown to be true in worms and dogs, human study takes a very long time to arrive at a result. Ravussin’s team had divided their volunteers into two groups –one group consumed a caloried diet and the o...

Vitamin B: Vital for Women During Child-bearing Years

...ossible reason for vitamin deficiency was low-carb dieting that resulted in decreased consumption of bread and cereals containing folic acid supplements. Obesity is also thought to play a role in folate metabolisis, which happens differently in obese people. Such people may also require a higher quantity of ...

NYC Trains Delayed Due to Fainting Dieters

...ssengers who faint from dizziness due to excessive dieting are among the top// causes, after the track works and signal problems, for the delay in US subway. Asim Nelson, a transit emergency medical technician said that Subway-Disruptions Analysis of MTA statistics, taken between October 2005 and October ...

Drop That Glossy, Girl!

...teenage girls who read articles on weight loss and dieting in such magazines, are more prone to resort to dra... "How often do you read magazine articles in which dieting or weight loss is discussed?" Forty-four percent of the girls reported reading such articles freque...

You are Slim.. But are You Sure You are Healthy?

...ry Lifestyle. Following high fat diets/ constant dieting without exercise. Heredity. Harmful Effects of Visceral Fat : People having a shape resembling that of an apple, having more fat around the abdomen are more at risk than those having a shape like a pear i.e. having deposits of fat around hips,...

Study Focus on the Need for Vigilance in Two Key Areas Among Adolescents

...ro-eating disorder Web sites reported learning new dieting and purging techniques. The researchers also found that pro-eating disorder site visitors tended to have a longer duration of disease, spent less time on schoolwork and spent significantly more time online each week than did those who never visited t...

New Study Weighs Benefits of Exercise, Diets

...enefits of dieting, though. “It’s important that dieting not be seen as a bad thing because it provides enormous benefits with respect to reducing the risk of disease and is effective for weight loss,” Weiss says. “Furthermore, based on studies in rodents, there is a real possibility that calorie restricti...

Which Is Better For Losing Weight? - Diet Or Exercise

...enefits of dieting, though. "It's important that dieting not be seen as a bad thing because it provides enormous benefits with respect to reducing the risk of disease and is effective for weight loss," Weiss says. "Furthermore, based on studies in rodents, there is a real possibility that calorie restricti...

Academy for Eating Disorders Calls for Ban on Underweight Models

...t on self-esteem. Many young women and men turn to dieting in an effort to live up to this beauty ideal. For those who are vulnerable, the combination of dieting and low self-esteem may lead to the development of an eating disorder. Although the fashion indust...

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