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Childhood BMI has limited effects on mood and behavioral disorders

Child body weight is unlikely to have a big impact on children's mood or behavioural disorders.

Study found a strong connection between COVID-19 mortality risk and obesity

Those from ethnic minorities who have a higher BMI were most at risk of dying from COVID-19.

Binge-watching TV is linked to potentially fatal blood clots

Take breaks when binge-watching TV to avoid blood clots.

Being overweight may cause more hospital admissions than previously thought

The study used a genetic technique to identify the sole impact of body composition on hospital admissions.

Study found Heart complications in Overweight youth

Associations between visceral fat and arterial stiffness in youth.

Regular exercise can reduce their risk of developing and dying from pneumonia

People who exercise regularly can reduce their risk of developing and dying from pneumonia.

Hypertensive disorders during pregnancy are associated with increased risks of stroke

The associations were independent of preterm birth and fetal growth restriction.

Men with large waistline are more likely to die of prostate cancer

There is a link between central adiposity and risk of death from prostate cancer.

Tall children have a higher risk of developing obesity

According to the study, taller children are more likely to have a higher body mass index than shorter children.

Dietitians are an effective part of weight loss

Some 39.8% of the general adult populace is obese. The economic outcomes of obesity are high, with evaluated $1,429 greater annual medicinal services consumptions...

Normal resting heart rate varies from person to person, study

The heart rate is one of the ‘vital signs’ or the crucial indicators of health in the human body. It measures the number of...

Babies born with low birth weights more likely to have poor cardiorespiratory fitness later

Get easily out of breath? It may be because you were small at birth.

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