Nutrition - Fitness > Obesity

Why Obesity May Stack the Deck for COVID-19 Risk

29 days ago   |   By Web MD

It has become clearer that people who are obese are one of the groups at highest risk from the disease, regardless of their age
Read more ...

 

Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity

Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity

29 days ago   |   By NutraIngredients-USA

The bacteria found in a baby's first stool can predict its likelihood of becoming overweight by the age of three, according to a new prospective, population‐based study, suggesting a child's risk of obesity may to start during pregnancy.
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Obesity      Baby      Overweight      Child      Pregnancy      Research  


Vitamin E treatments can help prevent muscle damage after a heart attack...

Vitamin E treatments can help prevent muscle damage after a heart attack, say scientists

A pre-clinical study published in the journal Redox Biology found that vitamin E can help prevent and treat muscle damage after a heart attack. The researchers said that while... Read more ...

Teens and Young Adults Are at an Increased Risk For Getting COVID-19 If They...

Teens and Young Adults Are at an Increased Risk For Getting COVID-19 If They Vape, Study Finds

Vaping has become extremely popular over the past few years, especially among teenagers and young adults, and it has been found to cause damage to your lungs, arteries, and... Read more ...

Effects of Aerobic Conditioning and Strength Training on a Child with Down...

Effects of Aerobic Conditioning and Strength Training on a Child with Down Syndrome: A Case Study

Purpose: To determine the effects of a home exercise program of combined aerobic and strength training on fitness with a 10.5-year-old girl with Down syndrome. Measurements... Read more ...

Being overweight increases risk of severe Covid-19 by at least 40%, study finds

Being overweight increases risk of severe Covid-19 by at least 40%, study finds

Researchers led by University College London analysed data from more than 300,000 people from England. They found extra weight is linked with 'higher odds' of admission to... Read more ...

Most New York City restaurants won't be able to pay their July rent, survey...

Most New York City restaurants won't be able to pay their July rent, survey finds

The economic effects of the coronavirus crisis are being felt deeply in the New York City restaurant industry. July was just the latest in a string of disappointing months for... Read more ...

Green tea, zinc proving to be BETTER than hydroxychloroquine at fighting...

Green tea, zinc proving to be BETTER than hydroxychloroquine at fighting coronavirus infections

Back in May, The Washington Post published an article that asked the question: Why has the death toll from covid-19 apparently been lower in Asia than in Western Europe and... Read more ...

Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris to be his running mate: Here are all the...

Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris to be his running mate: Here are all the reasons why she's wrong for America

Well, the drama is over: Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did what his handlers told him to do; he's picked a ‘woman of color' to be his running mate... Read more ...

Moderna admits that some components of mRNA tech used in vaccines can cause...

Moderna admits that some components of mRNA tech used in vaccines can cause “significant adverse events”

As COVID-19 vaccines continue to undergo clinical trials, concerns are growing about some of the components found in these vaccines. The carrier systems of many of the... Read more ...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield warns about coronavirus vaccines and outrageous legal...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield warns about coronavirus vaccines and outrageous legal immunity for vaccine makers in must-see interview

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, creator of the bombshell new film “1986: The Act,” unloads on the deep corruption of the criminal vaccine industry in a new Brighteon Conversations... Read more ...

FEMA camps gearing up to provide necessary "slave wage" labor to U.S...

FEMA camps gearing up to provide necessary "slave wage" labor to U.S. corporations as manufacturing returns to America

Read your history and learn. You can't have a significant manufacturing base in any nation without “slave wage” labor. It was China's dirt-cheap labor (and horrific worker... Read more ...