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Dr Aseem Malhotra Jul 22
‘Less carbs, strong heart, slim body, better mood’ ‘’SUGAR ( not good), VEGANS ( also not good) and the FOOD INDUSTRY (dangerous)’’
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jul 15
A study discussed in Endocrine News showed that being overweight during adolescence is linked with doubling of the risk of developing cardiovascular disease during middle-age. Researchers believe obesity may cause remodeling of the structure of the heart.
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Zaher Toumi MD 12h
Please join us for the chat on Wednesday 24th July 8pm UK time (7pm GMT, 3pm ET). Topic: and Leader: Blog:
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Dr. Kelly Henning Jul 22
Our partners in Latin America are working hard on policies to reduce consumption of foods high in calories, sugar, sodium + saturated fat and prevent childhood obesity.
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Weight Loss Delhi 20h
our (Sir Ganga Ram City Hospital) Personalised plan and care to Overcome
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jul 23
Has handed his cojones to Boris on a plate? Looks like he’s bottled on delivering the robust strategy promised. Is he hoping to trade it for a plum cabinet job? As if being in charge of the nation’s health isn’t important enough?!
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ECPO 2h
don't call anyone Fat, we have all a name!
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Guiding Light Support Services 19h
Obesity Increases Dementia Risk Need another reason to lose excess weight? According to a UCL study, people who have a higher body mass index (BMI) are more likely to develop dementia compared to those with a normal weight.
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NY Bariatric Group 13h
Obesity affects all parts of people’s lives, including dulling the sense of taste! Learn more by reading the study:
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IANS Tweets 19h
Here's a breakup of global trends among various age groups.
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Herbal Time Jul 23
Control obesity by Ayurvedic remedies! Herbal Time brings in excellent remedies & diet plans for keeping controlled by weight loss. We have the most effective medicines obtained from different plants. You may consult with our doctor on 9999-00-6087.
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Cate Field Jul 22
1969, Cape Kennedy. Nearly everyone is lean, lithe, trim. What changed?
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World Obesity Jul 22
Have you seen our World Obesity Atlas? You can learn about prevalence worldwide, including the drivers and impact of the disease. These maps are under constant revision so keep an eye on our website for updates! Find them (and more) here:
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Immunometabolism Network 20h
Outstanding Article on How Tissue Immune Cells Fuel Obesity-Associated Inflammation in Adipose Tissue and Beyond.
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Dr. Rachel 22h
Are you attending the convention next week? It’s not too late - check it out, and come hear from experts, have fun, and get support! (And come meet me!)
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Centre for Medical Imaging 23h
CMI well represented at workshop in Singapore, July 2019; 4/27 posters, 2 talks and 2/12 trainee stipend awards! 🦸🏽‍♀️🦸🏼‍♂️
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José Graziano da Silva Jul 22
Today, at the opening of the World Sustainable Urban Food Centre (), I urged cities around the world to redouble their efforts to promote healthier & more sustainable urban and food systems to tackle the increasing levels of and .
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Endocrine News Jul 22
While the connection has been well established between and precocious in girls, a Chilean study presented at establishes a link between obesity and precocious puberty in boys.
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Medica Hospitals Jul 22
Know about the causes and impact of on your body. Consult our specialists for best results. Dial: +91 33 66520000 or visit: …/ins…/gastroenterology-gi-surgery
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WHO South-East Asia Jul 22
to lose weight: is a major risk factor for NCDs such as: ❤️cardiovascular 💢 🦴musculoskeletal disorders ❌cancers incl. breast, ovarian, prostate, liver, kidney & colon The risk for these noncommunicable diseases ↗️ with ↗️ in Body Mass Index
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