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Fast food intake leads to weight gain in preschoolers
There is a strong link between the amount of fast food that pre-school age children consume and their likelihood of becoming overweight or obese, according to a new Dartmouth-led study, published in the journal Pediatric Obesity.
Boosting daily nut consumption linked to less weight gain
Increasing nut consumption by just half a serving (14 g or ½ oz) a day is linked to less weight gain and a lower risk of obesity, suggests a large, long term observational study, published in the online journal BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health.
HIIT for weight loss
We know that exercise is good for us, and many of us do some form of continuous exercise three to five days per week.
'Log often, lose more'  weight
Many people consider logging everything that they eat to be a tedious task. However, this effective weight-loss technique takes much less time than most people think, according to a recent study.
Is weight loss a sign of cancer
World Cancer Day is celebrated on the 4th of February every year. It aims at spreading awareness about cancer and how one can reduce their risk of cancer and prevent the deadly disease.
Would-be moms, managing weight during pregnancy may affect your child’s bone health
A new study has examined whether managing weight during pregnancy might affect children’s bone mass.
Study shows diet and weight may affect response to bipolar disorder treatment
Data from a clinical trial has shown that how people respond to treatment for Bipolar Disorder may be influenced by their weight and the overall quality of their diet, including whether they are eating a diet high in foods thought to contribute to general inflammation.
Abnormal lipid metabolism predicts future weight gain, diabetes in women
The inefficient breakdown of fats predicts later weight gain and metabolic complications such as type 2 diabetes in women, researchers reported in the journal Cell Metabolism.
Massive study challenges 'obesity paradox' — weight does affect health
A massive study in Europe is challenging the so-called ‘obesity paradox’ in which overweight or obese people are not at increased risk of heart disease.
Weight loss surgery improves diabetes symptoms
Obese people who get bariatric surgery are less likely to require medication to control diabetes symptoms afterward, compared to those who don’t get operations to lose weight, a French study suggested.
Fruit juice can influence slow weight gain over time
Fruit juice isn't doing any favors for your waistline, a new study reported.
Weight-loss surgery tied to slight increased risk of suicide
Obese people who get surgery to lose weight are slightly more likely to attempt suicide than their counterparts who try other approaches to shed excess pounds, a Swedish study suggested.
Seniors, lose the weight but not the muscle in 2018
If you're a senior who's pledging to lose weight in 2018, be sure you're shedding excess fat without losing muscle and bone.
Are surgery weight restrictions on the rise?
Most overweight patients in England face being denied surgery, even when this goes against national guidelines on clinical best practice.

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