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Obesity-related genes weight loss

Obesity-related genes do not prevent weight loss, says study

Many factors can influence weight loss, such as emotions, hormones, diet, living environment, physical activity, and relationships with other people. Among these factors, genetic factors...
dog walking

Dog walking can change body shape and size in obese people

Owning a dog can bring lots of benefits. One of them is that dog walking can increase your physical activity and help you keep...
body image

Women’s sexual function is associated with body image and partnership quality

Sexual health is more than physical sexual function; it also includes emotional, mental, and social well-being related to sexuality. In particular, for women sexual...
health-wellness

Motivation can help people lose weight

Overweight is a serious health threat. It can increase risk for heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and respiratory problems. Most people with excess weight choose to...
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Eating fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of depression

According to WHO, about 400 million people suffer from depression. This disorder is one of the largest single causes of disability worldwide. Depression can lead...
Sprint Hurdles Athlete

Vegetables and fruits rich in nitrate could boost sport performance, says study

It is known that fruits and vegetables can bring many benefits to the body, such as reducing risks of heart disease and cancer, maintaining...
Healthy eating

Weight loss may reduce risks of 8 more cancers, says study

Obesity is an important health issue in the world. It is estimated that 640 million adults in 2014 and 110 million children and teenagers...
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Physical activity can reduce the risks of death and cancer caused by alcohol

Drinking a lot over a long time or too much on a single occasion can cause many health problems. This includes stroke, high blood...
aerobic exercise

Lack of aerobic exercise has become the second highest death risk, says study

As we spending more and more time in front of computers and checking cellphones, we take less aerobic exercise. We might not feel its...
flu cold

Starve a fever, stuff a cold: how we should eat when we are sick

When we have a cold or a fever, our eating habits change. Often we may lose our appetite and eat very little food. However, a...