Fewer Calories, More Protein Can Help Obese Older People Lose Weight Safely
Make sure to choose fewer calories, more protein for weight loss. As, eating a high-protein, low-calorie diet can help older people with obesity to lose more weight.
5 hours ago - Medindia Health
Weekly Link Love-Edition 16
Research of the Week Stimulating the vagus nerve helps PTSD. Exercise has a stronger effect on cognitive function in older men than older women (who already had better function...
16 hours ago - Mark's Daily Apple
Effects of a long-term lifestyle intervention on metabolically healthy women with obesity: Metabolite profiles according to weight loss response
The benefits of weight loss in subjects with metabolically healthy obesity are still a matter of controversy. We aimed to identify metabolic fingerprints and their associated...
18 hours ago - Clinical Nutrition - 4 articles
Cinnamon supplementation positively affects obesity: a systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Data about the effects of cinnamon supplementation on obesity measures are conflicting. This systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials was conducted...
18 hours ago - Clinical Nutrition - 4 articles
President Trump May Be A Racist, Antisemitic, Xenophobic, Man-Child, But Despite What You May Have Heard Yesterday, He's Not Obese
Yes, I know the medical report released on him yesterday stated that Trump's weight gives him a BMI of 30.4 and that 30 (for better or for worse - that's a whole other post) is...
22 hours ago - Weighty Matters - 2 articles
Serum catestatin may predict metabolic, CV risk in children, adolescents
Children and adolescents with obesity have lower levels of serum catestatin - an endogenous peptide found to be negatively associated with blood pressure level and insulin...
22 hours ago - Healio
In Latest Physical, Trump Proclaimed Healthy, but Obese
The president also has upped his dose of rosuvastatin to 40 mg daily. Medscape Medical News
23 hours ago - Medscape
Prebiotics from acorn & sago show metabolic benefits, boost gut integrity for obese subjects
Non-digestible polysaccharides from acorns and sago may help improve glucose intolerance and insulin resistance in lab mice eating a high-fat diet, says a new study.
23 hours ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Weight is only one measurement of health: Half of middle-aged people who are slim could still have a heart attack
The American Heart Association states that people who are overweight or obese are more likely to develop hyperlipidemia. More than 36 percent of the United States' adult...
1 day ago - Natural News
Physical Shows Trump is Obese But in Good Health
Last year the 72-year-old, 6-foot 3-inch Trump weighed 239 pounds, but in a year he has gained 4 pounds and is now 243 pounds. That puts him at a body mass index of 30.4, which...
1 day ago - Web MD - 2 articles
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Higher Risk of CVDs in OSA Patients With Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
Adults with obstructive sleep apnea who experience excessive sleepiness while awake have a higher risk for cardiovascular diseases than those without excessive daytime sleepiness.
Genetics May Be a Factor in African-American Cigarette Preferences
New NCCIH-funded research suggests genetic factors drive African American preference for mentholated cigarettes.
Hands Don't Spread HPV, Study Finds
"Just because we detect HPV DNA in the hand doesn't necessarily mean the viral particles are viable or that there is enough to cause an infection," the study's lead author says.
Ohio Teen Gets Himself Vaccinated, Inspires Others
As he began to get various vaccinations, media reports about him multiplied, and so did the requests for information and guidance, questions and comments.
The gold standards for measuring liver health supplement efficacy in...
Unlike pharmaceuticals, the effects of nutritional supplements are subtle. We spoke with several contract research organizations that specialize in human clinical trials for...
Men who can do over 40 push-ups are at a 96% lower risk of heart disease...
Instead of long, arduous treadmill tests for heart health, doctors at Harvard University are now recommending push-ups, as doing over 10 indicates a young man's heart is...
Is Will Power All I Need To Achieve Self Control? Turns Out Not
Will power is one of the factors of self-control strategies, but just not the only one. Self-control strategies are influenced by behavior a lot.
How To Document Elderly Abuse And Report It?
New Geriatric Injury Documentation Tool could assist the physicians in finding out if the elderly individual has been abused or not.
The two types of preppers and what each one can teach you about survival
To an outsider, the prepping lifestyle may seem paranoid and unnecessary. But if you're curious about the world of preppers, keep an open mind so you can learn crucial skills...
Almost 50% of US teens NEVER see a doctor on their own, study finds
The nationally-representative survey by the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that the rate of teens seeing physicians independently has barely changed in three decades.