Tag: LIFE STYLE

LIFE STYLE
E-CIGERRETE
IT MAY BOOST DESIRE TO SMOKE…

As watching someone smoke a “combustible” tobacco cigarette, a new study has found.The findings showed that the increased desire may extended even to people who had never used the newer device. “The new e-cigarettes, known as vape pens, are now larger and more powerful devices,” said study director Andrea King, professor at the University of […]

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DIABETIS
IT MAY INCREASE RISK OF DIABETES…

Now a days,People who suffer with early schizophrenia may also be at risk of developing diabetes, even before being prescribed anti-psychotic drugs and a poor lifestyle poor diet and sedentary behaviour associated with prolonged period of illness, a study has found. Schizophrenia a brain disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally is known to be […]

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CHANCE OF SECOND CHILD TO HAVE THAT…

The doctors said that though the treatment of such problems needs early intervention, if left untreated, it can poorly impact the child’s walking ability, learning and also bowel control.”Around five per cent of the new-born have this defect, which is believed to be due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. The chances increase […]

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HEART BURN PILLS IN PREGANCY MAY TRIGGER YOURS…

Mothers who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may see an increased risk of asthma in babies as they grow, suggests a research. A review of studies has found that babies whose mothers had been prescribed with medicines to treat acid reflux during pregnancy were more likely to be treated for asthma in childhood.”Our study reports […]

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IT CAN EFFECT BLOOD CIRCULATION…

Cold hands and feet could be a sign of blood circulation problems, particularly when they occur with tickling and numbness.Cold weather puts immense strain on heart and leads to constriction and narrowing of blood vessels resulting in reduced oxygen supply to various organs of the body.This causes sensitivity and numbness in the extremities such as […]

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DIET FOR HEALTHY BRAIN…

The Mediterranean diet also includes beans and cereal grains such as wheat and rice, moderate amounts of fish, dairy and wine and limited red meat and poultry.”As we age, the brain shrinks and we lose brain cells which can affect learning and memory. This study adds to the body of evidence that suggests the Mediterranean […]

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THAT SURGERY IS A LIFE SAVING PROCEDURE…

Now a days,Obesity is a complex condition caused by more than simply eating too much and moving too little. It is a metabolic, chronic and progressive disease with a significant genetic tendency. It is true that conventional measures such as controlled eating, regular exercise etc can help in weight loss. However, long term follow up […]

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A NEW HUMAN ORGAN DISCOVERED…

Scientists have recently identified a new human organ that has existed in the digestive system for hundreds of years. Named as the mesentery, the organ connects the intestine to the abdomen and had for hundreds of years been considered a fragmented structure made up of multiple separate parts. However, researchers led by J Calvin Coffey, […]

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April 27, 2012 – Mexico City, Mexico - Jose Manuel Perea Rosas, a sixteen year old Mexican boy, attends a monthly consultation with doctors while being treated at the Federico Gomez children´s Hospital in Mexico City for symptoms related to severe morbid obesity. Jose Manuel weighs 333 pounds and is 162,5 centimeters high with a BMI 57,2. He has gained 32 pounds in 3 years since his first visit to the hospital in 2009 when he weighed 301 pounds and was 161,3 centimeters tall with a BMI 52. He says he has been larges since he was 4 years old, and kept on gaining weight. He has been diagnosed with morbid obesity, Metabolic Syndrome X, insulin resistance, acanthosis nigricans, systemic arterial hypertension, Ventricular hypertrophy,  fatty liver disease, chronic severe obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea, Cryptorchidism, bilateral genu valgum, instability of the Capsular ligaments and Palmoplantar keratodermas. Jose Manuel would like to get a bariatric surgery, but he must loose weight and get his BMI down to 45 before he can apply. Jose Manuel is a student from a family with financial difficulties living in Ecatepec de Morelos. The poor in Mexico have a difficult time accessing preventive health care and education about unhealthy food. Obesity is a massive epidemic affecting countries around the world. Mexico has one of the highest obesity rates in the world, and public health officials are increasingly alarmed by the rapid rise in child and youth obesity. Mexico holds the first place worldwide in childhood obesity. About one-third of children in Mexico are now classified as either overweight or obese. There is also a high prevalence of obesity among the poor in Mexico. Photo credit: Benedicte Desrus
WHY DO OBESE INDIVIDUALS LACK MOTIVATION TO…

The study challenged a common belief that obese animals do less physical activity, because carrying extra body weight is physically disabling.”We know that physical activity is linked to overall good health, but not much is known about why people or animals with obesity are less active,” said Alexxai V Kravitz from the National Institute of […]

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IN-BED CYCLING EXERCISE SAFE FOR…

The “TryCYCLE” study that was published in the journal “PLOS ONE” demonstrated that physiotherapists can safely start in-bed cycling sessions with critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients early on in their ICU stay. “People may think that ICU patients are too sick for physical activity, but we know that if patients start in-bed cycling two weeks […]

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