Road traffic noise linked to heightened risk of midriff bulge Road traffic noise is linked to a heightened risk of developing a midriff bulge, indicates new research.
Earning a college degree before, but not after, getting married protects against obesity People who earn a college degree before getting married are much less likely to become obese than those who graduate from college after getting married.
Trial creates six percent weight loss after breast cancer treatment Obesity is a risk factor for breast cancer. A new study shows that female breast cancer survivors are able to lose weight through modest lifestyle changes.
Weight loss surgery puts spark back into relationships Bariatric surgery does not only benefit the health of patients who undergo this weight loss procedure. It also leads to greater intimacy between them and their life partners, and adds a spark to their sex life. It's all in all a shared journey that brings partners closer together.
Low-cost weight loss program has long-term results Clinically significant weight loss is defined as losing 5 percent or more of one's body weight, because weight-related medical conditions, such as diabetes, can improve with that level of weight loss. As America's obesity epidemic continues to grow, a new study shows that a low-cost, non-profit weight loss program offers the kind of long-term results that often elude dieters