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MSNBC pours cold water one White House doctor’s assessment by comparing Trump to NFL football players

15 minutes agoNews : The Raw Story

Following President Donald Trump’s medical evaluation, MSNBC speculated on the “girtherism” movement doubting the official height and weight numbers given by the White House. “I’m obsessed with President Trump’s honesty,” Chuck Todd admitted. “Mr....

Bitcoin breaks under weight of regulatory scrutiny

30 minutes agoNews : USAToday: News

The currency faces a crackdown from foreign governments.        

Trump is sharp, but needs to lose weight: White House doctor

51 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump passed a cognitive test and is in overall excellent health, but needs to lose 10 to 15 pounds (4.5 to 6.8 kg) by eating better and starting to exercise, the White House physician said on Tuesday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Charity swimmer who’s not half the man he used to be

Two years ago, the idea of a cross-Channel swim wasn’t the top of Nick Else’s priority list. But when he was warned by his doctor that he risked developing type 2 diabetes because of his weight, the 32-year-old from Clayton-le-Woods decided to take drastic action. He crossed the channel in a three-stage swim as part [...]

White House doctor says Trump scored perfect marks on cognitive test, needs to lose weight

President Trump registered a perfect score on a cognitive screening test as part of his physical examination taken last week, the White House physician said Tuesday, adding that Trump requested the test to rebut accusations that his mental faculties are declining. “There’s no indication whatsoever...

The White House doctor said he chose not to perform a key measure of Trump's physical fitness

White House doctor Ronny Jackson said he did not perform a key measurement of Trump's physical fitness, despite his borderline-obese weight of 239 pounds. Physicians are increasingly turning to waist circumference as an important indicator...Show More Summary

Trump’s Height and Weight Puts Him Just on the Cusp of Obesity

White House physician Ronny Jackson gave a rundown of the president’s health Tuesday for the press corps. Unlike Trump’s previous checkup, described by personal physician Harold Bornstein in hilariously hyperbolic language, the numbers struck me as remarkably unremarkable. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's physical revealed he might be obese — here's how much weight he needs to lose according to his BMI

The results of Donald Trump's first presidential physical were revealed on Tuesday during a White House press briefing and, for the most part, the Commander in Chief received a clean bill of health. Underweight = Normal weight = 18.5 – 24.9 Overweight = 25 – 29.9 Obesity = 30 or greater Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Trump's weight is one pound below the obesity level, and his doctor said he should lose 10 to 15 pounds

President Donald Trump weighs 239 pounds and is 6 feet, 3 inches tall per his doctor Ronny Jackson. This leaves Trump just one pound below the threshold to be considered "obese." Jackson said that Trump agreed to try and lose 10 to 15 pounds over the next year. President Donald Trump's doctor wants the president to slim down a bit. Dr. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is in Good Physical and Mental Health, White House Doctor Says

President Donald Trump’s doctor has recommend that he lose some weight, but said that the president is in excellent physical and mental health otherwise. Speaking in the White House briefing room Tuesday afternoon, White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson described the results of four hours of physical and mental health testing on Friday. “The president’s…

Coal exec throws his weight behind a new proposal after Rick Perry’s bailout fails

One week after federal regulators rejected Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s plan to prop up coal and nuclear plants at the expense of natural gas and renewable energy generation, a coal industry executive threw his support behind a separate proposal by the nation’s largest electric grid operator that could force customers to pay more to support […]

Trump’s Doctor: Weight 239, No Signs Of Dementia

2 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

CNN reports: President Donald Trump asked the White House doctor to perform a cognitive exam during his physical last week, despite the doctor’s determination that such testing wasn’t necessary. “I have no concerns about his cognitive ability,” Dr. Show More Summary

The White House doctor says Trump needs to fix his unhealthy diet and lose weight — and after eating like the president for a week, I completely agree

President Donald Trump has a notoriously bad diet full of fast food and high-calorie meals. Even the official physician to the president said that Trump "would benefit from a diet that is lower in fat and carbohydrates." For a week,Show More Summary

Fire Temporarily Shutters Weights + Measures

Smoke from the blaze was so thick that it delayed yesterday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade Yesterday, a fire broke out in the kitchen at Midtown’s Weights + Measures, causing damage and forcing the restaurant to close its doorsShow More Summary

Eat Healthier and Lose Weight With These 20 Weekly Dinner Meal Plans

You made a promise to eat healthier, to eat more veggies, and order less takeout. What's the best way to make that happen? Plan ahead! It's essential. Mapping out your meals and snacks for the week will ensure that you're eating nutritious foods and sticking to your daily calorie goal. Related 16 Must-Follow Meal-Prep Tips For Weight Loss

Want to lose weight? Put your brain on a diet.

4 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Your brain is the pathway to weight loss according to brain scientist Jeff Stibel.        

Obesity and overweight multiply the risk of suffering cancer and heart disease

(IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute)) Obese women are 12 times more like to get cancer than those of a normal weight. Obese men are twice as likely to develop this disease. The data is the result of the largest Spanish study ever in this field, involving a 10-year follow up of 54,000 people from 7 autonomic communities. Show More Summary

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