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Obesity: Scientists Say That Relationships Greatly Affect Weight And Health [Video]

Apr 10, 2017 AM EDT The relationships people make can greatly affect their weight and health

Genetics And Obesity: How Some Genes Make People Fat

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT Scientists have found that around 79 types of obesity are genetically caused and not just because of poor lifestyle habits and inactivity

Teachers May Be the Reason For Poor School Performance Of Overweight Children, University Study Suggests

Feb 13, 2017 AM EST According to a study, teachers may be the reason behind the poor academic performance of overweight children at school.

Science Confirms That Fat-Shaming Only Worsens People’s Health

Jan 31, 2017 PM EST Science explains why fat-shaming could only make people's health worse instead of making it better.

How Video Games Ads Contribute to Child Obesity

Dec 14, 2016 AM EST Research explains how the food advertisements in online games contribute to child obesity.

How Being Overweight Can Cause Damage to your Brain, According to Research

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Research suggest that obesity does not only cause damage to your body but also to your brain.

Children Gain Weight Faster During Summer Break Compared To School Days, Study Says

Nov 05, 2016 AM EDT A study has found that young children gain weight faster during summer break compared to when they are in schools during the school year.

Negative Body Image Increases Risk Of Obesity For Teens Than Depression: Study

May 12, 2016 AM EDT To think that personal body is overweight or the body seem to be unlikeable than what people would like it to be, indicates obesity a new study suggests. The study by the University of Texas Health ...

Weight Loss Surgery Less Likely To Treat Depression among Obese and Overweight Patients, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT Bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery does not necessarily alleviate depression in obese or overweight people, according to a Yale University study.

Teenaged Girls from Poor Families Face Increased Obesity Risk, Study

Sep 18, 2014 AM EDT Adolescent girls from economically disadvantaged families are more likely to become overweight or obese than their male counterparts, according to a new study by The University of Texas at Austin.

Obese Teens More Likely To Take Up Smoking, Study

Sep 04, 2014 AM EDT Overweight or obese teens are more likely to take up smoking, according to a University of California, Los Angeles study. At the same time, these teens are unlikely to be associated with alcohol or ...

Poor Individuals Remain Obese Due To Lack of Money for Diet Programs, Study

Aug 20, 2014 AM EDT People, who live below the poverty line, are more likely to be obese as they cannot afford to pay for diet programs, special meals or gym memberships, according to a Concordia University study.

Stressful Events Slow Down Metabolism Rates in Women, Study

Jul 14, 2014 AM EDT Women experiencing stressful events are associated with slower metabolism rates and rapid weight gain, according to an Ohio State University study.

Stressful Events Slow Down Metabolism Rates in Women, Study

Jul 14, 2014 AM EDT Women experiencing stressful events are associated with slower metabolism rates and rapid weight gain, according to an Ohio State University study.

Nearly 30 percent of World’s Population is Either Overweight or Obese: Report

May 30, 2014 AM EDT A new study, conducted by researchers at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, highlights obesity as a major public health epidemic in the developed as well ...

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