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How many of you feel as though you get enough sleep every night? Raise your hand. Anyone? By now, most of us know that not getting the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep nightly can affect our health in a variety of ways. And perhaps you know...
The Y of Central Maryland is expanding a childhood obesity program with a $280,000 grant from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. The two year grant from the region’s largest health insurer, will allow the Y of Central Maryland extend its Fit N Fun...
The 50-something former college dropout who returned to campus to finish his degree — and play football. The health nut grandmother who spends her time writing and performing rock 'n roll. The nursing coordinator and schoolteacher couple who...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administrationapproved a new drug Wednesday to help people battle chronic obesity. Used in conjuction with a healthy diet and exercise, the drug Belviq will help people lose weight by activating a receptor in the brain that will...
Tags: Placebo, Drugs and Medicines, Healthy Diet, Overweight, Obesity
It's ironic that the year we, both new medical students, moved across the street from the nation's best hospital and began learning how to manage the health of others is the same year we stopped taking care of our own. It was a year of ups and downs....
Someone with a lot of belly fat has a higher risk of death than those who are obese, a new study suggests. "We knew from previous research that central obesity is bad, but what is new in this research is that the distribution of the fat is very important...
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO - A novel weight loss program helps motivate people to shed pounds by having them bet money that they will reach their goal. Healthywage.com challenges their customers to drop a percentage of their body weight in a year and rewards them with...
Three-quarters of Americans believe video games that involve physical activity can be part of a fitness regime, according to a recent study by the UnitedHealth Group, a health insurance company in Minnetonka, Minn. The same study also found that some...
The 2012 INshape Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair kicks off Thursday afternoon with dozens of exhibits at its disposal. More than $1,000 worth of free health screenings will be available during the event’s four days, including tests for blood...
CW33 NewsIt's been a transformative two years for Belinda Osborn. Not that long ago she was gaining too much weight and she knew it. "The places I carry my weight is more around my middle which is where it is more dangerous on the heart," Belinda recalled....
Tags: Symptoms, Diabetes, Heart Attack, Overweight, Obesity
Change of SubjectBy Megan Crepeau 1 - Tax the soda instead. Now let’s imagine that instead of that jumbo soda ban, Mayor Mike imposed a 10 percent tax on soda. That $1 jumbo soda would now cost you $1.10. The middle-class guy......
Medicare, the nation's medical safety net for seniors, on Wednesday announced it would extend its coverage for obesity screening and "intensive behavioral therapy," ensuring that roughly 30% of the 42 million people insured by the program can undertake ...
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