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4 Breastfeeding 'Facts' That Make Nursing Feel Impossible?

Post by Lisa Fogarty. I am in love with breastfeeding my 3-week-old newborn. I feel empowered by the fact that he has gained weight because I am fueling him (and myself!) with healthy foods. There are times -- specifically at 3 a.m. -- when I am beyond grateful I can stick a breast in his face and magically cure a fussy spell. Show More Summary

Weight gain in children occurs after tonsil removal, not linked to obesity

Weight gain in children after they have their tonsils removed (adenotonsillectomy) occurs primarily in children who are smaller and younger at the time of the surgery, and weight gain was not linked with increased rates of obesity. About 500,000 children in the United States have their tonsils removed each year. Show More Summary

Feeling a Bit Hefty Lately? Survey Shows Majority of Workers Gained Weight at Work

You may be feeling like your pants have shrunk but let’s face it, thanks to the polar vortex the threads may be slightly tighter this time of year. A new CareerBuilder survey actually confirms that state of behind. More than half of workers categorize themselves as overweight. Show More Summary

Well: Pregnancy Weight Gain Predicts Child’s Obesity

6 hours agoHealth : NYT: Health

Gaining too much weight during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk that your child will be obese as a preschooler, new evidence shows. Gaining too little weight may have the same effect.

More than half of U.S. workers say they are overweight

Those desk jobs are packing on the pounds, according to a new survey -- here's who is most likely to gain weight

Is Being Too Thin While Pregnant Really Bad for Baby? Moms Share Their Stories

Post by Maressa Brown. As if pregnant women weren't already inundated with advice to "not do this" and "definitely do that"! Now a study suggests that women who gain more or less weight than recommended during pregnancy end up giving birth to kids with an increased risk of childhood obesity. Show More Summary

Rob Kardashian Rehab Reports May Mean He's Finally Getting Help He Needs

Post by Kiri Blakeley. Poor Rob Kardashian. A report has come out saying he has checked into rehab. While the rest of the family seems to be moving on to more exciting phases of their lives, he seems stuck. His enormous weight gain is...Show More Summary

Rob Kardashian Isn't Keeping Up With The Kardashians Because He's Allegedly In Rehab!

This brings a tear to our eye. We've all watched the sole Kardashian bro Rob Kardashian struggle with love and weight gain, but is he finally getting professional help??! Rumor has it that the reality TV royal has checked into rehab for depression at The Meadows treatment center in Arizona. According to reports, the reason behind [...]

Glee Watch Season 5, Episode 16: Tested

Gleeks, last night's Glee touched on several touchy subjects STDs, gaining weight and premarital sex. So how did our Gleeks handle it all? Let's recap, shall we?Click To Continue Reading

Why 'Fat And Fit' Is A Dangerous Myth

The idea that people can be healthy at any weight has gained credence in recent years, despite widespread evidence that obesity creates health risks. While the idea is attractive, it’s also dangerous because it can lull people who need to lose weight now into a false sense of security. More »      

Get Well! Chubby Lumpkins Rob Kardashian Heads To Rehab, Weight Gain Blamed On Sizzurp Sippin’!

No more “leaning” on Kimmy Cakes Rob! Rob Kardashian Patient At Wellness Center For Weight, Syrup Use It’s hard out here for at least one of the Kardashians right now… Poor porky Rob, who skipped yet another family trip

Jessica Simpson – The Baby Weight Is Gone!

In the recent couple years, Jessica Simpson has been the focus of mean-spirited gossip surrounding the substantial weight gain following her pregnancies. Any woman can tell you, when you’ve been pregnant for the largest part of two years in a row (Jessica and fiance Eric Johnson, former NFL tight end, have two children together), your

Study: Too little weight gain during pregnancy linked to childhood obesity

Research has long indicated that children whose mothers gain too much weight during pregnancy are at greater risk for obesity. A new study, however, suggests that a mother's gaining too little weight is detrimental to her child's health as well. Show More Summary

25 Thoughts You Have When You Can’t Decide What To Wear

2 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

“Are these jeans this tight because I just washed them or did I gain weight?”

Too Little Weight Gain During Pregnancy Linked to Having a Chubby Child

3 days agoHealth : Healthland

Mothers who gained less than the recommended amount were 63% more likely to have a child who became overweight or obese.

Palo Alto Rising: Stephens Ups to Buy on Market Share Gains, Distribution Expansion

Shares of security technology vendor Palo Alto Networks (PANW) are up $3.36, or 5.2%, at $67.66, after Stephens & Co.’s Jonathan Ruykhaver this morning raised his rating on the shares to Overweight from Equal Weight, and raised his price target to $85 from $75, writing that he hosted meetings with management and investors last week and “the tone [...]

Long-term antibiotic treatment for Q fever causes weight gain

Scientists have unearthed still more evidence that antibiotics can contribute to obesity. Research published ahead of print in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy suggests that patients on long-term antibiotic treatment gained weight and had significant changes in their gut microbiota. read more

Pregnant and Gained Less Than 25lbs? Bad News

The amount of weight a mom-to-be gains during pregnancy may have a link to the weight of the child she bears, a new study finds. Gaining either too much or too little weight can both result in a greater chance that child will be obese, LiveScience reports. The research followed...

Women who gain too much or too little weight during pregnancy at risk for having an overweight child

OAKLAND, Calif. — Gaining both too much or too little weight during pregnancy appears to increase the risk of having an overweight or obese child, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published today in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. read more

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