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Sporty Spice Fears That She Might Never Get Pregnant

... might never get pregnant, for she thinks that the unhealthy lifestyle that she practised during her days as a member of Spice Girls has done permanent damage to her health. The singer said that during the prime of her career in the band, she did a lot of harm to her image as she was underweight, when lot of...

Nutrition Education Has Proved to Be Futile

...e its taste. They still went for chips and soda or unhealthy junk food. One expert acknowledges that the forc...der. Poorer kids are especially at risk, because unhealthy food is cheaper and more easily available than healthy food. Parents are often working, leaving chil...

Deep Insights into Type2 Diabetes by Wesley Researchers

...ood glucose levels. If the particular cause of the unhealthy level is better understood, it may be corrected through lifestyle changes. Funded by the MBF Foundation, the project is providing participants with education and advice about the control of their blood glucose levels based on individual glucose met...

Efforts on to Tackle Health Problems Faced by US Truck Drivers

...takes a while to undo years and years and years of unhealthy behavior," said Christie Cullinan of the American Trucking Associations, which represents about 2,000 companies and suppliers. "But I think companies are having to look at this because of the skyrocketing health care costs and related workers compens...

Fat Tax Could Avoid Considerable Amount of Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Annually

...but would need to be carefully targeted to prevent unhealthy compensatory behaviour in food choices....

Male Wallflowers-Watch Your Heart

...t of feeling socially inferior. This could lead to unhealthy changes in lifestyle and behavior and even disturb the balance of the bodys hormones....

New Genetic Clue to Type 1 Diabetes

...more common Type 2 diabetes results mainly from an unhealthy diet and inactivity and is becoming epidemic in scale in many developed or fast-developing countries. Predicting genetic vulnerability to diabetes could offer huge benefits, doctors believe. In most cases of Type 1 diabetes, many patients are dia...

Yo-yo Dieting Increases Kidney Cancer Risk in Women

...onal Obesity Forum insisted that yo-yo dieting was unhealthy as constant weight fluctuation does not allow the body to settle. "Yo-yo dieting is never a healthy thing to do because the body never gets a chance to settle. It knocks the metabolism all to hell, which is bad for you in many ways, the Daily Mail ...

Village Panchayat in Tamil Nadu Bans Tobacco Consumption

...e week, he is rejoicing over his freedom from this unhealthy habit. During his leisure time, Nagendran, a farmer, criss-crosses the five villages with a loud speaker to persuade people to avoid tobacco dependency. "I used to chew pan parag and other tobacco chewing items very frequently. However, since the...

Nutritious Diet Help Improve Childrens Academic Performance

...She adds that obesity, which is a result of eating unhealthy food, not only impacts childrens physical health but also psychosocial health. A study of self reported quality of life in children and adolescents showed that obesity leads to considerably lower emotional, social and school functioning. Prevention a...

Make Up Unhealthy for Skin

Make up on a daily basis can be very unhealthy for the skin. The skin absorbs almost 5lb of chemical into the body in a year by the usage of daily makeup. Mr. Richard Bence, a biochemist, told that this is more dangerous than swallowing the chemicals as they get absorbed straight into the blood...

It is Men, and Not Women, to Be Blamed for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

...ponsible for recurrent pregnancy loss, try blaming unhealthy sperms, say Indian scientists who have developed new technology to study the quality of sperms. When a female faces miscarriage more than twice in a row, it's called recurrent pregnancy loss. In around 80 percent such cases, imperfect and inefficie...

New Definition Helps Identify Children at Risk of Metabolic Syndrome

...etabolic syndrome. At the same time, urbanization, unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle are increasing the risks for the coming generations. The new definition is simple and easy to apply in clinical practice. Waist measurement is the main component. Percentiles, rather than absolute values of waist circ...

Workers Compelled to Stay in Shape to Avoid Pay Cuts

...eve that Clarians approach of charging workers for unhealthy measurements is more aggressive than most. Clarian said it is giving its employees time to understand the changes and make improvements before most of the extra charges take effect. Employers, who typically pay the bulk of employee health insuranc...

New Substance Use Prevention Program Being Developed

...excited about developing new ways to prevent these unhealthy behaviors from starting," said Velicer, who co-dir..." "We are very proud of these efforts to prevent unhealthy behaviors from starting in a whole new generation," said URI President Robert L. Carothers. "This is...

AMA Warns Of Healthy Food Labels Danger

...ly to confuse consumers and may even contribute to unhealthy diets. The food industry wants to put health cl...placent about their diet choices or even encourage unhealthy eating patterns. The AMA advocates a varied diet of fresh, whole foods, Dr Yong said. FSANZ sh...

Stop Smoking, Start Living: World No Tobacco Day

...uals who smoke. Smokers tend to have pale and unhealthy skin due to poor circulation. They tend to have bad breath or halitosis , bad smelling clothes and hair. Smokers are more prone to develop illnesses like colds, flu, bronchitis, and pneumonia than nonsmokers. People with health conditions...

Surge in Cancer Incidence in Asia Feared

...cer incidence too. Smoking, drinking and eating unhealthy foods all linked to various cancers will combine with larger populations and fewer deaths from infectious diseases to drive Asian cancer rates up 60 percent by 2020, some experts predict. More and more people in Asia are moving into cities and be...

New Studies: Commercials Aren't Making Kids Fat

... marketing to children has caused them to eat more unhealthy food. From Superman to Shrek, food marketing has existed for decades. CCF points out that the new reports indicate that the number of advertisements seen by kids has actually dropped in the past few decades. Despite being accused of luring children...

Should Genetic Information Be Disclosed to Insurers?

...ould mean in effect that the healthy subsidise the unhealthy but there would be equality. However, if we allow insurers to have some kinds of health information, such as a persons BMI or cholesterol level we no longer have any principled reason for excluding genetic information: Genetic information is not...

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