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Posts Tagged Obesity
Studies link a shortage of shut-eye with obesity and diabetes.
Does that mean lifestyle isn’t the only cause?
Among the most commonly held misconceptions about obesity, perhaps none does more harm than the notion that exercise is responsible for the lion’s share of weight management.
A new study in the research journal Obesity tried out a diet on two groups of women over three months. Everybody ate the same amount of calories. The difference was which meal they got most of them from.
But it’s too early to conclude that physical activity has nothing to do with weight management. Here’s why the link between exercise and weight loss is more complicated than we might want to believe.
Lists of the best and worst states to live in abound, for reasons including obesity, tax rates and cost of living.
A new study suggests the microorganisms in our gut could affect how efficiently we extract nutrients from food, and the presence of certain bacteria could contribute to obesity for some individuals.
The search for the sources of the rising tide of obesity continues. Could cooking shows, with their telegenic celebrity chefs, perfect produce, and amazing kitchens be partly to blame? Or are they just symptoms of a preoccupation with food and cooking?