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Nutrition: Children Born Small Should Get Moving

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Photo: Baby [09/08/2013] Female mice who were growth restricted in the womb were born at a lower birth weight, but were less active and prone to obesity as adults, said researchers from Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital in a report.Nutrition: Children Born Small Should Get Moving - Read more

Mobility: Handicapped More Likely to Be Obese

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Photo: Belly and crutch [01/07/2013] Adults with a disability are more likely to be obese or extremely obese than those without a disability according to a study led by researchers at The University of Texas School of Public Health (UTHealth).Mobility: Handicapped More Likely to Be Obese - Read more

Surgery: Robotic Kidney Transplant Safer for Obese

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Photo: Renal transplantation [17/05/2013] Obese patients who received robotic kidney transplants had fewer wound complications than patients who received traditional “open” transplant surgery, according to surgeons at the University of Illinois (UI) Hospital & Health Sciences System.Surgery: Robotic Kidney Transplant Safer for Obese - Read more

Intestines: Bacterium Akkermansia Curbs Obesity

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Photo: Bacteria [16/05/2013] A dominant and useful bacterium called Akkermansia muciniphila is present in the intestinal system of all humans, from babies to the elderly. This bacterium has a favourable effect on the disrupted metabolism associated with obesity. Intestines: Bacterium Akkermansia Curbs Obesity - Read more

Smart Phones: App to Help Weight Loss Developed

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Photo: Smart phone and breakfast [14/05/2013] Researchers at the University of Liverpool have developed a smart phone app that helps users lose weight by carefully recording their food consumption.Smart Phones: App to Help Weight Loss Developed - Read more