Obesity News and Research

Latest Obesity News and Research

Poor diet and lack of exercise targeted by UK government

Poor diet and lack of exercise targeted by UK government

Scottish health professionals tackle problems of obesity

Scottish health professionals tackle problems of obesity

Prevention and partnerships are the keys to improving health and reducing chronic disease in the United States

Prevention and partnerships are the keys to improving health and reducing chronic disease in the United States

Indiana awards over $220,000 across state to increase physical activity this summer

Indiana awards over $220,000 across state to increase physical activity this summer

New Canadian Fat Lab

New Canadian Fat Lab

Blood pressure levels on rise among American children and teenagers

Blood pressure levels on rise among American children and teenagers

Australian researchers at forefront of battle against obesity

Australian researchers at forefront of battle against obesity

Protein in human milk reduces risk of obesity

Protein in human milk reduces risk of obesity

Baby's first eating habits linked to mother's eating habits

Baby's first eating habits linked to mother's eating habits

Stroke warning signs and risk factor recognition

Stroke warning signs and risk factor recognition

Pre-diabetes is far more common in America than previously believed

Pre-diabetes is far more common in America than previously believed

Latest research on obesity, diabetes, hormone replacement therapy to be presented

Latest research on obesity, diabetes, hormone replacement therapy to be presented

British summer of sport starts to tackle obesity

British summer of sport starts to tackle obesity

CDC commits $30 million to innovative public health research

CDC commits $30 million to innovative public health research

British government warns couch potatoes

British government warns couch potatoes

Lean beef good for teenagers

Lean beef good for teenagers

How flexing of blood vessels during a heartbeat might contribute to heart disease

How flexing of blood vessels during a heartbeat might contribute to heart disease

John Reid reaffirms British Government’s commitment to tackling health inequalities

John Reid reaffirms British Government’s commitment to tackling health inequalities

Launch of first national multicultural diabetes prevention campaign

Launch of first national multicultural diabetes prevention campaign

Estimates vary, but as much as 20% of new prescriptions never get filled and 85% of refills never leave the pharmacy

Estimates vary, but as much as 20% of new prescriptions never get filled and 85% of refills never leave the pharmacy