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The latest research reports on the linkage between the various birth defects found in children and their father have revealed that the lifestyle changes and anxiety experienced by the father affect his children’s behavior the most.
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The lifestyle that you share with your partner may have a bigger role to play in your obesity than your upbringing, suggests research.
A Dutch study featured in the scientific journal Diabetologia suggests that long hours of sitting may increase the risks of developing Type 2 diabetes by 22%.
A recently published report by WHO’s Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity reveals a dramatic surge of obesity in developing countries and recommends far-reaching policies including regulation and taxation measures on fat-inducing foods and drinks
A panel commissioned by the World Health Organization says 41 million children under the age of five who are either overweight or obese.
Parents who nag their teenage children about losing weight are not being helpful, a new study reported.
New study from Stony Brook University suggested that luck is not mostly accountable for cancer which slammed an earlier claim by John Hopkins University-led research that cancer is mainly due to random DNA mutations.
Many high income countries have been able to combat the instances of cancer due to better screening facilities and lifestyle changes. However, the low and middle-income countries are witnessing a surge in those rates as they adopt the Western lifestyle
The rate of new diabetes cases within the U.S. has declined by nearly 20 percent, the CDC reported.
Low-fat diets are not superior to higher-fat diets, a new study reported.
In a new study, researchers found that behavioral and drug interventions can prevent prediabetic people from progressing to type 2 diabetes.
A team from the Harvard School of Public Health has created a calculator that can assess people's 20-year risk of cardiovascular disease.
Increased physician accessibility is linked to improved outcomes for patients with type 2 diabetes, a new USC study reported.