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Heart Disease Risk is Not Lowered through Weight Loss

Heart Disease Risk is Not Lowered through Weight Loss

Based from the results of an NIH-funded study of weight loss in overweight adults with type 2 diabetes, weight loss does not lower down the risk of heart disease from type 2 diabetes. To further prove this claim, a study that is supported by the .. Read More

Fitness, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Overweight Problems | 10.26.12 | No Comments

Weight Problems

If you read health headlines, you know that obesity is today’s top health epidemic. Why the alarm? Among other reasons, obesity has been cited as a major cause of death and disease, increasing the risks for heart disease, stroke, high blood pressur.. Read More

Healthy Eating Challenge (365 Days) | 07.11.12 | No Comments

Cook Savvy: Fat-Trimming Countdown (Day 7)

Ready to reduce your long-term risks for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes? Trimming fat from your food is a great step toward meeting that healthy-eating goal.Health experts advise 20 to 35 percent of calories from fat (44 to 78 fat grams for a 2,.. Read More

Healthy Eating Challenge (365 Days) | 07.28.11 | No Comments

Bad Effects of Drinking Coffee

Bad Effects of Drinking Coffee

People everyday get a cup of coffee all over the world. It is because of they love the taste of coffee, they want to warm up their day, or they want to get stimulated by the coffee. Well, coffee is not just to stimulate us; there are stil.. Read More

Health and Wellness | 06.8.11 | No Comments

Heart Problems

Heart Problems

While most people think of heart disease as an adult problem, more than 40,000 American children are born with a heart defect each year, and others develop heart disease in childhood. Congenital heart defects are the most common birth defec.. Read More

Health and Wellness | 03.23.09 | No Comments

Obesity

Obesity

Childhood obesity in the United States is becoming a serious national problem as the number of overweight and obese children continues to rise. This is particularly important because obesity is linked to the development of diabetes, heart d.. Read More

Health and Wellness | 03.1.09 | 1 Comment

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease, also called simply heart disease, is a condition in which the coronary arteries (the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart muscle) become blocked, cutting off blood flow and, therefore, oxygen to the heart mu.. Read More

Heart, Blood, and Circulation | 08.12.08 | 1 Comment