Obesity in adult women linked to childhood abuse, social background more than in men, suggests study
The study sought to understand the social and environmental factors that contribute to obesity in men and women separately.
Obesity not only impairs movement but also increases the risks of many chronic and potentially disabling diseases like type 2 diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases and kidney disease
Total diet replacements or TDRs are nutritionally balanced formula foods such as shakes, soups, ready-to-drink options, dehydrated meals, nutrition bars, porridge, or negative-calorie desserts that are supposed to replace your entire diet
Occupational physical activity not same as work out, can increase risk of dementia by 55%, says study
It was found that participants with high occupational physical activity (OPA) levels had a dementia incidence rate of 1.48, which was significantly higher than in people who engaged only in leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) at home or at the gym
Future weight loss may be determined by brain's subnetwork, its link with gastrointestinal system, says study
A number of factors contribute to or may be the chief cause of obesity, including metabolism, cognition, eating behaviours and the state of the gut microbiome.
A new study published in Psychology and Aging argues what we think about sitting and cognitive function may be wrong
Work-related stress and increased screen time also contribute significantly towards heart problems.
Keto 2.0: Adopting modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet a useful plan for weight loss, overall health
The findings show that the adoption of a modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet can not only aid weight loss but also improve blood circulation and glucose management.
PCOS Awareness Month 2020 dedicated to a common hormonal disorder that affects 10% of women worldwide
Around 40 percent of women diagnosed with PCOS also suffer from depression and self-esteem issues after diagnosis.
Obesity can cause many chronic diseases, like cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes and several types of cancer -- all of which in turn increases the likelihood of death.
Whole grains and whole grain flours are made of the entire grain kernel, including the bran, germ and endosperm -- which is what makes it super-healthy.
Human body can cope with occasional over eating but continuous binging will have serious health effects
As little as 24 hours of overeating can have some negative consequences for our health, including elevated blood sugar concentrations.
Women bearing brunt of COVID-19 as household chores increase manifold, finances contract and health suffers
Women have unique and evolving nutritional requirements, while they may need fewer calories than men to fulfil their daily requirements, their needs for essential vitamins and minerals are much higher.
Chromosomal abnormalities, placental issues among many reasons that cause miscarriages: Here's how to ensure a safe pregnancy
It’s not possible to prevent a miscarriage completely, but one can reduce the risks of this complication by following a few steps.
Disruptions in circadian rhythms not only cause sleep disorders, but could also put you at risk of these five health conditions
Prolonged and habitual disruptions in circadian rhythms can affect your immune function, metabolism, cognitive abilities and social as well as occupational behaviour in a big way
Researchers one step closer to finding fat-burning molecule that can help in weight loss without reduction in diet, muscle mass
Researchers in USA say that they have found a mitochondrial uncoupler molecule which can help reduce body weight without reducing food intake and muscle mass
With this study, the doctors concluded that elderly people with long-standing diabetes are at a higher risk of dying due to COVID-19.
Liver cancer caused by non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, or buildup of fat in the liver, increased the most in most regions.
We may claim to be above judging someone by their weight but the fact is that if someone is overweight we will make unfair assumptions about them.
A new study has revealed that eating a big breakfast instead of a low-cal one can help prevent the onset of obesity and high blood pressure.