What are the keys to "successful" or optimal ageing? A new study followed more than 7,000 middle-aged and older Canadians for approximately three years to identify the factors linked to well-being as we age.
A new research study published in Family Practice, published by Oxford University Press, finds that when doctors tell patients living with obesity to lose weight the guidance they give is generally vague, superficial, and commonly not supported by scientific evidence.
Females' propensity to deposit more fat in places like their hips, buttocks and the backs of their arms, so-called subcutaneous fat, is protective against brain inflammation, which can result in problems like dementia and stroke, at least until menopause, scientists report.
A new research study has found that when doctors tell patients living with obesity to lose weight the guidance they give is generally vague, superficial, and commonly not supported by scientific evidence.
According to study, obesity is a serious illness that can result in cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension, and chronic inflammation. For this reason, researchers have long been attempting to find effective treatments.
Researchers have long been working on how to treat obesity, a serious condition that can lead to hypertension, diabetes, chronic inflammation, and cardiovascular diseases. Studies have also revealed a strong correlation between obesity and cancer, recent data show that smoking, drinking alcohol, and obesity are the biggest contributors to cancer worldwide.
Researchers revealed in a recent study how obese adults with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and morbid obesity, those who underwent bariatric surgery had significantly less chances of cardiovascular events in the years that followed.