Present Teenagers Are Unhealthier Than Their Parents
According to a series of papers published in The Lancet on adolescent health, the current generation of teenagers is less healthy when compared to their parents.// The infections of the earlier times like polio and tuberculosis have given way to venereal diseases, drinking, smoking, obesity, drug a...
See salad, eat fries: When healthy menus backfire
When the side salad was added, a few consumers did actually choose it. However, the vast majority of consumers did not, and went toward unhealthier
options. Ironically, this effect was strongest among those consumers who normally had high levels of self-control.
"In this case, the presence of ...
Food advertisements in your magazine: How healthy are they?
It means that women sitting down to enjoy the treat of a cup of tea, a chocolate bar and a magazine may unwittingly be tempted to an even unhealthier
What's in the ads?
Newcastle University researchers collected and compared data on the nutritional content of the foods advertised in 3...
Physical activity, healthy eating and BMI not linked in older teens: study
...lished wisdom in the field researchers found that people with healthier BMI values were no more likely to be physically active than those with higher, unhealthier
values. Unexpectedly, it was the latter who were more likely to eat a healthier diet.
A lot of people are surprised, Dr. Sabiston said, but when yo...
Time for New Yorkers to Drink Low-Calorie, Low-Sugar Flavored Water, TrimWater
...d a study that found that between 2002-2004 New York
City's rates of obesity increased 17% over a two year period. With New
Yorkers getting fatter and unhealthier
due to the fact that they are
drinking sugar sweetened drinks with many calories, I believe that it's
time New Yorkers lived healthier lifestyles by d...
Conscientious People Less Prone to Alzheimer's
...le with a high level of education had an 80 percent lower risk, the study found.
"Generally speaking, people with low education levels seem to lead unhealthier
lifestyles, which could suggest the two work concurrently to contribute to dementia or Alzheimer's disease, but our results showed a person's educatio...