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Exercise in pregnancy improves health of obese mothers, study finds
Exercise immediately prior to and during pregnancy restores key tissues in the body, making them better able to manage blood sugar levels and lowering the risk of long term health problems, suggests new research carried out in mice.
Exercise improves brain function  in overweight and obese individuals
New findings out of the University of Tübingen showed that, on top of its benefits for metabolism, mood, and general health, exercise also improves brain function.
From obese to starving, nutrition crisis prompts SOS call for new approach
With billions of people either starving or obese, poor diets have become a leading cause of disease and death, prompting calls for a new approach in 2019 to how food is produced to stem rising rates of malnutrition.
Obese people may carry flu virus for longer time
New research shows that people who have obesity may carry the influenza A virus for longer periods of time than those who do not have obesity.
One in 25 children aged 10 or 11 'severely obese'
One in 25 children in England aged 10 or 11 are severely obese, new analysis has found.
Millions either malnourished or obese in global nutrition crisis
Almost every country in the world now has serious nutrition problems, either due to over-eating leading to obesity or a lack of food leading to undernutrition, according to a major study published.
One out of six South Korean youths are obese
One out of six South Korean children and youths are obese with the rate increasing every year, government data showed.
Weight loss surgery may make obese people less prone to cancer
Compared to people who didn’t have bariatric surgery, patients who did were 33 percent less likely to develop any type of cancer.
Obese don't have to lose weight before joint replacement
Obese patients don't need to lose weight before undergoing knee or hip replacement surgery, a new study said.
More than 2b people worldwide overweight, obese
In a sign that the obesity epidemic has become more than just an American problem, a new study shows that two billion of the world's population is obese or overweight.
Obese people may get less end-of-life care
Obese people in the US may not receive the same kind of care at the end of their lives as people who are thin or normal weight, suggested a new study.
Obese couples may take longer to conceive
It's not just a woman's weight that matters when couples are trying to conceive, a new study suggested.
Unborn children of obese women risk much shorter lives
Fat women wanting to conceive risk shortening the life of their babies by a year-and-a-half for each point over obese they are on the Body Mass Index (BMI) scale, a new study claimed.
Obese kids have different germs in their gut
Obese children and teens have different types of bacteria living in their digestive tract than their normal-weight peers, a new study reports.
Obese seniors live more of their golden years with heart disease
Seniors who are obese may live just as long as their thinner peers, but they are more likely to develop heart disease and to get it slightly earlier in life, a Dutch study finds.Seniors who are obese may live just as long as their thinner peers, but they are more likely to develop heart disease and to get it slightly earlier in life, a Dutch study finds.

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