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Moderate exercise and dieting reduces risk of Cesarean section and diabetes in pregnancy

Pregnant women who have a healthy diet and regular moderate exercise are less likely to have a caesarean section, gain excessive weight, or develop diabetes in pregnancy, according to a new study.

Gaining a few pounds may increase long-term heart failure risk

Modest weight gain over time may alter the structure and function of heart muscle, affecting long-term risk of heart failure. Researchers say maintaining weight and avoiding weight gain may be an important strategy to prevent changes in heart muscle that could lead to heart failure.

‘Real Housewives Of Orange County’ Star Shannon Beador Admits To Overeating

yesterdayNews : The Cutline

Shannon Beador is now singing a different tune after she previously blamed Vicki Gunvalson for her weight gain.

Scientists look at genetics behind chicken weight gain

Scientists in the United States have achieved a better understanding of the genetic architecture behind chicken weight.

Medical News Today: Heart failure risk may be affected by weight gain

Researchers find that weight gain may overstrain the heart muscle, which, in time, could lead to heart failure. Weight management could reduce this risk.

Embargoed AJPH Research: Gestational Weight Gain, Disparities in Hydration, Zika in Brazil

In this month's release, find new embargoed research about: Gestational weight gain and maternal obesity, disparities in hydration status, Zika and reproductive rights in Brazil

Links between meal frequency and BMI found by research

Timing and frequency of meals play a role in predicting weight loss or gain, suggests new research.

Adult weight gain linked to major chronic diseases

(Reuters Health) - The weight that Americans typically gain between ages 20 and 50 may raise their risk of developing cancer, heart disease and other major illnesses, according to a new study.

Modest weight gain in adulthood boosts disease risk: study

Most adults gain weight as they age, but adding as little as 11 pounds (five kilograms) by middle age may substantially raise the risk of major illnesses, US researchers said Tuesday. Harvard University scientists found that even modest...Show More Summary

Weight gain throughout life increases health risks: Study

During our younger years, we were more daring, had near endless stamina, and could eat to our heart’s content without gaining significant amounts of weight. But sadly, this doesn’t last, for as we age, our metabolism naturally slowsShow More Summary

Smelling your food can make you fatter

A new study finds that mice without a sense of smell do not gain weight in the same way as mice that can smell what they are eating. Being able to smell our food has been linked to how much … The post Smelling your food can make you fatter appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.

Scientists hone in on genetics behind chicken weight adaptation

Prized for their plumpness, poultry farmers have made incredible gains through agricultural breeding programs to maximize chicken size and weight to benefit worldwide consumption, where demand continues to grow the most for any meat...

Worrying About Baby Weight Gain Like Heidi Montag Is Dangerous for Moms-to-Be

Post by Maressa Brown. With less than three months to go before their L.O. arrives, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt hit up her OB's office for a check-up yesterday, Monday, July 17. Montag took to Snapchat to document the appointment, during which she had an ultrasound and did a glucose test. Show More Summary

If You've Ever Feared Gaining "Relationship Weight," You Must Read This

#transformationtuesday Sometimes nostalgia can be torture. Looking back and thinking how "skinny I was" as I'm sitting here 20 pounds heavier than the photo on the left (7 years ago!). And then I remember real torture: - Making up excuses...Show More Summary

Weight gain from early to middle adulthood may increase risk of major chronic diseases

(Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) Cumulative weight gain over the course of early and middle adulthood may increase health risks later in life, according to a new study led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Diet drinks are associated with weight gain, new research suggests

Over the past decade, Americans have soured on artificial sweeteners. Once heralded as sweet substitutes for sugar without as many belt-busting calories, people once couldn't get enough sucralose and aspartame. But recently, people have started looking at the molecules with increasing suspicion,...

Medical News Today: Weight gain in early adulthood linked to health risks later in life

Gaining a moderate amount of weight from early to middle adulthood may be associated with an increased risk of chronic disease and premature death.

Diet drinks are associated with weight gain, new research suggests

4 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Americans' relationship with artificial sweeteners has soured in the past decade.

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