Tag: "kilo" at medical news
Losing weight is beneficial for osteoarthritis for the knee
Losing one kilo
of weight may be equivalent to losing 4 kilos of load in your knee-joints// for patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee. Researchers from the Wake Forest University had conducted a long term study on effects of exercise and weight loss on...
Increased physical activity to stop obesity in teen girls
... physically active and inactive girls are hardly a kilo
or two. However, in the next nine years following that age, the difference becomes more than 5 to 8 kilos between the active and the inactive groups. Researchers had taken into account the BMI derived from height and weight, measurements to evaluat...
Cipla In India Can Manufacture Drug For Bird Flu
...u - shikimic acid is currently selling at $1,000 a kilo
from the usual $40 a kilo
due to the huge demand in the world market for Tamiflu. "Today price is the issue and tomorrow avail...
A New Study Shows That A Hormone Could Lead To Weight Loss
...equal to a weight loss of around a pound or half a kilo
a week. He said that this new discovery would help doctors to reach for a new solution to treat the obesity epidemic. He also added that the need to get away from the focus on food and start to think about how to increase exercise was the priority. ...
Nothing Can Equate Fresh Vegetables and Fruits
...belief that a shot of wheatgrass juice equates one kilo
fresh vegetables. // But according to a popular magazine, the choice, it was found that there is little evidence to support it. A shot of wheatgrass is$3. Choice health policy officer Viola Korczak said that wheatgrass became popular due to an Americ...
Some Antidepressants may Cause Aggression in Adolescents
...They injected either a low dose (10 milligrams per kilo
of body weight) or a high dose (20 milligrams per kilo
body weight), while other hamsters received a placebo. The researchers then introduced a smaller, ...
Indian Researcher Finds Human Urine Grows Better Fish Food
...l treatments used half a litre of urine, or half a kilo
of dung, to every 4,500 litres of water. Findings revealed that young plankton reared in human urine began reproducing at least four days earlier than those in other tanks. They also lived longer and produced more offspring. According to the rese...