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EFFECT OF TELEVISON VIEWING ON CHILDHOOD OBESITY

A story in the Journal of Law and Economics suggests that a ban on fast food advertisements in the United States could reduce the number of overweight children by as much as 18 percent.Click for More Information on Obesity Surgery.

Signs of a Good Bariatric Surgery Candidate

If you're obese and have tried every diet imaginable, sticking to it faithfully, and still can't lose the excess poundage, you might be a candidate for weight-loss surgery. Click for More Information on Obesity Surgery.

LARGE WAIST IS RISK FACTOR FOR PREMATURE DEATH

A report in the New England Jornal of Mediceine reports that a large waist line may be a new indicator for pre-mature death, even though they would not normally be considered overweight. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

Text Messaging Helps Children Fight Obesity

So can text messaging help children fight obesity? A study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill suggests yes: cell phone text messaging could be used to reduce children's chances of becoming overweight or obese later in life.Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

Precursor Fat Cells May Shed Light on Diseases

To understand more about the mystery of obesity, it's important to understand how fat cells are born, nurtured and matured. And the enlightenment that will flow from understanding obesity may sweep away mysteries relating to the generation of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, which seem to be so much more prevalent among people who are obese. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

Five Overlooked Food Factors in Weight Loss

Losing weight isn't just a matter of cutting and burning calories. There are certain inherent qualities of foods, which, if you understand them, can help you craft an eating strategy that will magnify the effectiveness of your fat loss efforts. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

The Medicine Called Sleep Helps Obesity

Deep, adequate sleep is like a healing medicine to the body. But the opposite is true, too. In fact, consistently poor or insufficient sleep can contribute to diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems and weight gain, according to experts at the Cleveland Clinic. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

LARGE WAIST IS RISK FACTOR FOR PREMATURE DEATH

A report in the New England Jornal of Mediceine reports that a large waist line may be a new indicator for pre-mature death, even though they would not normally be considered overweight.Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

Obesity and Impulsive Behaviors

Researchers in the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Psychology. published research on impulsive behavior and the differences between obese men and women compare to their normal weight counterparts. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

Seven Anxiety-Fighting Foods

Here are 7 anxiety reducing foods. While not at all necessary low-fat foods, these foods reduce anxiety which can be a step in the right direction to help sustain a diet.Click here for more information on Weight Loss.

10 Dark Secrets of the Food Industry

With the public health crisis known as obesity reaching emergency proportions in the United States, the public spotlight is turning on the makers of the highly processed, high-calorie junk foods that help to fuel the growing calamity.Click for More Information on Obesity Surgery.