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Being Overweight is not good for your Body and Brain, say Researchers

"The higher your BMI, the more your inflammation goes up," said Kyle Bourassa, lead author of the study, which is published in the...

Kerela: First state of India to impose tax on Fast Food

Vowing to combat rising levels of obesity—Kerala has the second highest levels of obesity in the country—the state government is imposing a 14.5...

Children at Risk: Obesity is not limited to the Urban Rich of India

Obesity attracts cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and high blood pressure Barker Hypothesis states that if an individual who are undernourished at time of foetal...

Sleep benefits: People who love sleeping have another reason to doze off!

New Delhi: Sleep is said to take one-third of our life. And there must be a good reason why nature makes us sleep for this long....

Keep Obesity at bay with Peanuts, Study Finds

A recent study claimed that eating peanuts as a snack could help reduce the risk of obesity in children. The results of the 12-week...

Obesity has association with blood clots seen in children

New York: Obesity has an association with the formation of blood clots in the veins of children and adolescents, says a new study. Obesity, as...

Endocrine Disruptors – The emerging public health concern

By Dr. JK Bhutani What is an Endocrine Disruptor: A chemical that interferes (or disrupts) with the formation, secretion or functioning of hormones (secreted by...

Obesity can lead to breast cancer

By NewsGram Staff Writer The root cause of many health problems, obesity, can lead to breast cancer as well. A new study has found that...

Infographic – Foodwise: Obesity v/s Malnutrition

By Ila Garg Food is one of the primary needs for sustaining life on the Earth. However, while taking into account the recent dietary patterns,...

Urban lifestyle: The culprit behind high cholesterol levels among young adults

By Nithin Sridhar A latest study conducted by Raman Puri, chairman of Lipid Association of India, has revealed that at least 23% of youths in...

Culinary indulgence Naughtie McCourtie way: Forget Delhi belly, but watch the bulge

By Rebecca McCourtie Swedish Pickles, Danish sausages, French pastries… French WINE… Cheese… LOTS of cheese, cow, goat, sheep… I think I covered the European continent with...

“Most obese people likely to stay fat” : Study

London: Casting aspersions on the effectiveness of current weight management programmes focused on dieting and exercise, it has been found that chances of obese people...

Drinking coffee doesn’t trigger diabetes, obesity

London, Maintain your love with coffee as it does not put you at the risk of developing obesity or diabetes, a gene-based study has...

Obesity in Children – Global Public Health Problem (Challenges in India)

By Dr.J.K. Bhutani Obesity in children is rapidly spreading across the globe as public health problem. The prevalence of over-weight and obesity has increased steadily...

Obesity affects males more than females: Study

By NewsGram Staff Writer Obesity may be tougher on male immune systems than females, suggests a study led by an Indian-American researcher. Kanakadurga Singer, assistant professor...

ADHD increases chances of eating disorder in children, says research

By NewsGram Staff Writer Researchers from Johns Hopkins Children’s Centre have found that children suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have a higher possibility...

Obesity in middle age protects from dementia

By NewsGram Staff Writer According to a research published in the journal, Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, there is a very low risk of...

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