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MORE ABOUT OBESITY
Obesity
Obesity is the accumulation of excessive body fat. An individual is considered obese when his weight is 20% (25% in women) or more over the maximum standard for his height. read more
Get Yourself to Bed: Why Sleep is Your Best Friend
Ever heard of the ‘sleep is for the weak’ saying?... read more
The Pains and Problems of Gallbladder Disease
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Breaking the Norms
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Breathe Easy: Managing Asthma in Children
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Diagnosing His Eating Disorder
Aside from evident weight loss, red flags that may be indicative of eating disorders in... read more
Fatty Liver Facts
What is fatty liver? It's the liver with fatty deposits in excess.... read more
Fitness in the Workplace: 7 Reasons Why Your Company Needs It
Work-life balance is the dream for most, if not all, of us.... read more
Kiddie Weight Gain
According to the Harvard School of Public Health, about 43 million preschoolers globally were either... read more
Obesity and Health: How Your Weight Affects Your Body
Global epidemics are defined as diseases affecting various individuals at the same time.... read more
The Dark Side of Meals
Does your couch look more appealing after having a large meal?... read more
Trigger Unhappy
Genetics and environmental factors both lead to the development of asthma.... read more
VIL - Very Important Liver
How important is the liver? The liver has been multitasking long before multitasking became a... read more
Wandering into Better Health
Walking as an art form may not be the focus of most people when they... read more
Where the Fat is
Depending on the region in the body, differences in body fat distribution are more pronounced... read more
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