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Weight LossFast Food Ads Fueling Obesity Among Hispanic Kids
The large number of fast food commercials on Spanish-language television in the United States may be contributing to the obesity epidemic among Hispanic youths, new research suggests. Among American children, Hispanics have the highest rates of over...
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Weight LossHow to Lose Weight?
You won't even have to change your clothes Despite what you may think, losing weight isn't a mysterious process. In fact, weight loss doesn't even have to involve strange diets, special exercises or even the 'magic' of pills or fitness gadgets. ...
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Weight LossEffective Weight Loss Tips
Some useful tips to weight loss that can help you to get your weight loss goals. You will loss 30 pounds in three months. These 50 weight loss tips are for you!...
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Weight LossBritain tops fast-food league, as world obesity grows: study
LONDON (AFP) - Britons are the world's biggest fans of fast food, just ahead of Americans, while famously gastronomic French are the least attracted by quick meals, according to a study published Wednesday. The survey of 13 countries also confirmed...
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Weight LossRegular physical activity helps teens avoid obesity
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Participating in physical activities in and out of school more than two times a week protects adolescents from becoming overweight young adults, according to new research. The message for policy makers is that the failure...
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Weight LossObesity now a 'lifestyle' choice for Americans, expert says
WASHINGTON (AFP) - As adult obesity balloons in the United States, being overweight has become less of a health hazard and more of a lifestyle choice, the author of a new book argues. Obesity is a natural extension of an advancing economy. As you be...
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Weight LossDepression, Obesity Coexist in Many Middle-Aged Women
MONDAY, Jan. 14 (HealthDay News) -- Obesity and depression often go hand-in-hand in middle-aged women, a new U.S. study found. The research collected information on the height, weight, dietary and exercise habits, and body image of 4,641 women, ages...
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Weight LossPedometers help people lose weight: U.S. study
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Walking can help people lose weight, especially if they use a pedometer to make sure they are going far enough, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday. People who added 20 to 40 minutes of walking a day lost a small but steady a...
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Weight LossObesity surgery helps diabetics, study finds
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Weight loss surgery can be especially helpful to patients with diabetes and can even help them reverse the disease, Australian researchers reported on Tuesday. They found that obese patients with diabetes who had weight loss surg...
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Weight LossUK to spend millions on anti-obesity campaign
LONDON (Reuters) - The government is to spend 75 million pounds on a campaign to encourage healthy lifestyles and counter what it calls an obesity epidemic in Britain. The campaign, to be launched in the summer, will form part of a wider strategy in...
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Weight LossObesity surgery seen as diabetes cure
CHICAGO - A new study gives the strongest evidence yet that obesity surgery can cure diabetes. Patients who had surgery to reduce the size of their stomachs were five times more likely to see their diabetes disappear over the next two years than wer...
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Weight LossEU health chief uses food labels to fight obesity
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's health chief wants to introduce tougher food labeling rules to combat the growing problem of obesity across Europe, but is facing stiff political and industrial opposition. EU Health Commissioner Markos Kypr...
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