Weight Gain

  • Smartphones and Weight Gain | Natural Health Blog
    4/26/2019
    New research suggests that a lot of time spent on smartphones and other devices could be linked to putting on extra pounds.
  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain | Health Blog
    12/15/2016
    Read on for some easy ways to navigate the holidays and still have clothes that fit.
  • Healthy Eating While Watching TV? |  Natural Health Blog
    12/3/2016
    New research suggests that families dining with the TV tend to have less healthy and less positive dining experiences.
  • Hungry After Mental Strain | Health Blog
    10/5/2016
    Frequently our reaction to a hard mental workout is to eat—a lot. According to new research, countering the after effects of mental activity with some physical activity may help keep you from overindulging.
  • How To Maintain Weight Loss | Weight Loss Newsletter
    6/4/2016
    If you're severely overweight, it would be tempting to take the findings of the Obesity study as an excuse to give up. That would be a mistake.
  • Height and Weight Disadvantages | Health Blog
    3/24/2016
    Shorter men and heavier women may find themselves at a small but noticeable disadvantage when it comes to both education and income levels.
  • Air Pollution Linked to Weight Gain | Natural Health Blog
    3/10/2016
    Air pollution may be a contributing factor to weight gain and several related health issues.
  • Why Many Overeat Healthy Foods | Health Blog
    1/21/2016
    People tend to request larger portions, eat a greater quantity, and feel less satiated when consuming food that is branded "healthy" on its packaging.
  • Hide Junk Food to Lose Weight | Weigh-Loss Blog
    11/7/2015
    It may be the foods we see many times a day on the kitchen counter and eat without even thinking that cause a weight gain over time.
  • Late Bedtimes and Weight Gain in Teens | Weight Loss Blog
    10/24/2015
    Late night bedtimes rather than fewer hours of sleep per night may be a major factor in unhealthy weight gain in teenagers.
  • Obesity Leads To Alzheimer's | Mental Health Blog
    10/20/2015
    People who are overweight or obese at age 50 have a sharply increased risk of developing early Alzheimer's.
  • Soda & Fruit Juice Linked To Diabetes | Diabetic Health Blog
    8/8/2015
    Whether you’re skinny or fat doesn’t affect your diabetes risk that much if you drink sodas and other sugar-laden drinks.
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