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could genetics be the reason behind obesity?




a group of australian doctors say the secret to losing weight is not down to lifestyle habits, instead it is all in our genes. twenty-five per cent of australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese. the common view is that obesity is a self-inflicted condition. but one melbourne clinic is ch...



could genetics be the reason behind obesity?




a group of australian doctors say the secret to losing weight is not down to lifestyle habits, instead it is all in our genes. twenty-five per cent of australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese. the common view is that obesity is a self-inflicted condition. but one melbourne clinic is ch...



could genetics be the reason behind obesity?




a group of australian doctors say the secret to losing weight is not down to lifestyle habits, instead it is all in our genes. twenty-five per cent of australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese. the common view is that obesity is a self-inflicted condition. but one melbourne clinic is ch...



could genetics be the reason behind obesity?




a group of australian doctors say the secret to losing weight is not down to lifestyle habits, instead it is all in our genes. twenty-five per cent of australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese. the common view is that obesity is a self-inflicted condition. but one melbourne clinic is ch...



could genetics be the reason behind obesity?




a group of australian doctors say the secret to losing weight is not down to lifestyle habits, instead it is all in our genes. twenty-five per cent of australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese. the common view is that obesity is a self-inflicted condition. but one melbourne clinic is ch...



study identifies african-specific genomic variant associated with obesity




an international team of researchers has conducted the first study of its kind to look at the genomic underpinnings of obesity in continental africans and african-americans. they discovered that approximately 1 percent of west africans, african-americans and others of african ancestry carry a genomi...



obesity surgery may work by remaking your gut microbiome




a mounting body of evidence suggests that it may be possible to get all the weight-dropping effects of obesity surgery without going under the knife. the post obesity surgery may work by remaking your gut microbiome appeared first on wired.



night shift work linked to an increased risk of obesity




in an analysis of 28 published studies, night shift work was associated with a 29% increased risk of becoming obese or overweight. the findings, which are published in obesity reviews, suggest that modifying working schedules to avoid prolonged exposure to long-term night shift work might help reduc...



the fight against obesity: to tax or not to tax?




obesity is a global public health epidemic with increasing prevalence that cost the uk £25 billion in 2015. fighting and preventing obesity has become a major health priority in the uk and worldwide, and food taxation has been suggested as a crucial measure in order to achieve this. the debate 'thi...



political affiliation, weight influence your opinion on fighting obesity, study




lawrence -- people's political leanings and their own weight shape opinions on obesity-related public policies, according to a new study by two university of kansas researchers.actually, republicans -- no matter how much they weigh -- believe eating and lifestyle habits cause obesity, the research f...



obesity may influence rheumatoid arthritis blood tests




new research reveals that in women, obesity may influence blood tests used to diagnose and monitor rheumatoid arthritis. the findings, which appear in arthritis care & research, indicate that physicians need to take obesity into account when using these tests. blood tests for c-reactive protein (crp...



global cost of obesity to top £900bn a year from 2025




the cost of tackling obesity-related illnesses worldwide is on course to hit $1.2trn (£911bn) per year from 2025 onwards unless more is done to check the “rapidly worsening epidemic”, according to the guardian.see related britain's obesity crisis: why is the uk so fat? obesity and smoking are ...



american gastroenterological association releases obesity practice guide




bethesda, md (feb. 27, 2017) -- patients with obesity need a multidisciplinary approach to achieve a healthy weight, and the american gastroenterological association (aga) believes that gastroenterologists are in a unique position to lead the care team.to provide gastroenterologists with a comprehen...



obesity: how excess weight can fuel the growth of cancer




it’s pretty obvious that carrying around extra weight can make you feel sluggish, affect your self-esteem and put you at increased risk for heart disease and diabetes. but increasingly, researchers are also making connections between obesity and cancer—several different types of cancer, in fact....



40% of americans are obese—and the trend isn't slowing




close to 40% of american adults and 19% of young people have obesity—a trend that's remained stubbornly high in the last few years.the latest figures, for survey year 2015-2016, come from a new report by the national center for health statistics, and they're not much different than the prior 2013-...



obesity association reacts to discrimination regarding surgery basis of body mas




the uk charity "association for the study of obesity" (aso) is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of obesity. the aso accepts that economic pressures influence the funding of treatment in the modern nhs. it must also be acknowledged that as the annual organisation for economic cooperation and...



australian youth more at risk of obesity than their parents: report




australian young people are more at risk of obesity than their parents, a new report warns. there are renewed calls for a sugar tax, with a report showing young australian adults are nearly twice as likely to be obese as their parents and one in five kids are now overweight before they start school....



compilation of research showcases latest advances in obesity treatment




public release: 3-may-2017american gastroenterological associationshare print e-mailbethesda, md (may 3, 2017) -- more than 60 percent of american adults weigh more than is healthy. to help health-care providers better care for patients with obesity -- a chronic disease in which someone has so mu...



fathers' involvement may help prevent childhood obesity




fathers are becoming more involved with raising children, but limited research has examined their association with childhood obesity. in a recent study, fathers' increased involvement with child caregiving was linked with a decreased likelihood that their children would become obese from age 2 to 4....



community-wide effort to fight childhood obesity shows promise




boston, ma - a large-scale effort to reduce childhood obesity in two low-income massachusetts communities resulted in some modest improvements among schoolchildren over a relatively short period of time, suggesting that such a comprehensive approach holds promise for the future, according to a new s...



report from groundbreaking 'endovators summit' offers guidance for obesity treat




downers grove, ill. -- a recently published white paper from the american society for gastrointestinal endoscopy (asge) and the association for bariatric endoscopy (abe) breaks new ground in defining the role and value of the latest approaches for obesity management. based on the proceedings and con...



irish sun - by 2025 some 33 percent irish adults will be obese




the rising obesity will be at an annual cost to the state of 2.1 billion euros a year obesity is already recognized as one of ireland’s most serious public health challengesthe irish society for clinical nutrition & metabolism and asoi released their predictionsdublin, ireland - based on current d...



type 2 diabetes, it all starts in the liver




affecting as many as 650 million people worldwide, obesity has become one of the most serious global health issues. among its detrimental effects, it increases the risk of developing metabolic conditions, and primarily type-2 diabetes. if the strong links between obesity and type-2 diabetes are well...



irish sun - irelands big childhood obesity problem is costing big money




childhood obesity is costing ireland a staggering 16,000 euros per person the revelations were made in a new research funded by safefoodthe research revealed the total cost of childhood obesity is 4.6 billion eurosdublin, ireland - according to a new research funded by safefood, childhood obesity an...



redefining obesity in postmenopausal women




cleveland, ohio (november 15, 2017)--there is no doubt the prevalence of obesity has increased significantly across all age groups, creating greater health risks. what exactly constitutes obesity, however, is subject to debate, especially for postmenopausal women who have a different body compositio...