Children of obese parents may have an increased risk of developmental delays, a new study suggests.
UK children are eating half of their recommended daily sugar allowance at breakfast alone. Parents are advised to prepare healthier foods that kids would love.
A doctor from India discovers a mysterious chicken virus that may cause obesity.
The lack of motivation to exercise has been linked to altered dopamine levels in the basal ganglia of the brain and sedentary lifestyle.
Obesity is a deadly condition that may affect the human body system.
Modern technology has offered us harm other than good. It's time to be mindful.
Modafinil is sold in different brand names all over the world; Atomoxetine is among of those drugs tested by Vlaev's team. Atomoxetine has been used for ADHD, another form of impulsive conditions
Based on tradition, breakfast has always been considered the most important meal of the day. We often hear this from our folks but there are some who defy that belief and eventually skip the alleged “most important meal of the day”.
Pregnancy is a sensitive stage in mothers and would normally require them to go on diets as prescrived by their obstetrician. Ideally this is to ensure that expectant mothers would not bloat and become overweight aside from looking out for the newborns due.
Losing weight fast is something most people would love to do but it also begs to ask if such is sustainable. With obesity and overweight folks looking for some form of regimen to lose weight in a hurry, one show that many may have followed to do so is “The Biggest Loser”.
Obesity among late adolescents continues to swell and become a problem. And at some point, such could have dire consequences and cardiovascular-related problems are most likely one of them.
The obesity epidemic has gone global, and it may be worse than most thought.
Scientists find that the greater your BMI, the lower is your memory.
Obesity can affect one's memory, a new study is reporting.
The lifestyle that you share with your partner may have a bigger role to play in your obesity than your upbringing, suggests research.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.