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THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER 2021
Health Inequalities a Growing Problem
  Health Inequalities a Growing Problem Global health inequalities are substantial, growing, and influenced by economic, social and health-sector variables as well as geography, a study concludes in the November issue of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. "Particularly disturbing findings from this study are that countries with high mortality in young children are making slow progress, gaps in adult mortality are
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TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 2021
Large Scale Weight-Loss Surgery Risky to Seniors
  Large Scale Weight-Loss Surgery Risky to Seniors DALLAS -- The first large-scale review of weight-loss surgeries performed on older adults suggests bariatric procedures should generally be limited to people younger than age 65, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found. The study showed that older patients experienced less weight loss and far more complications than younger patients, indicating that the risks often outwei
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THURSDAY, 23 NOVEMBER 2021
Exercising Through Personal Lifestyle Activities
  Exercising Through Personal Lifestyle Activities Twin Cities residents are getting the majority of their physical activity through personal lifestyle activities such as yardwork, cleaning, and leisure-time physical activities such as walking, running, or biking, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Research published in the September issue of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise found t
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Blocking an Inter-Generational Cycle of Obesity
  Blocking an Inter-Generational Cycle of Obesity Being exposed to high levels of nutrition before birth can influence the development of networks within the brain that regulate appetite to permanently set a pattern of appetite for life, according to researchers from the University of South Australia. In addition to changing the way in which the brain develops, high levels of nutrition before birth stimulate the developing fat cells, mak
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TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 2021
Confused About Calories? A Lot of People Are
  Confused About Calories? A Lot of People Are Athens, Ga. - While enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner with friends and family, most try to avoid thinking about the seemingly unending number of Calories they're consuming. It probably never crosses their minds, however, to think about why food is measured in Calories. James L. Hargrove, associate professor of foods and nutrition in the University of Georgia's College of Family and Cons
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