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High Fructose Corn Syrup Behind Childhood Obesity

…may cause specific fat cells in children to multiply quicker.  This may play a key role in childhood obesity and even Type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study. High levels of fructose have come un…

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Obesity Risk Drops Amongst Children

The Associated Press reported on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 that Childhood Obesity is actually leveling off after a 25-year gain – good news for kids but experts wonder if it’s just a ‘statistical f…

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Fight Obesity with Omega-3 Fats

A recent study, conducted by the University of Newcastle in Australia, indicates that higher blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids may help reduce obesity.  Researchers found that Omega-3 levels of tho…

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Too Much Snacking Behind Childhood Obesity

Excessive snacking is a leading cause of the rising rates in childhood obesity and childhood health problems.  Kids in the U.S. are snacking more than ever on junk food like salty chips, candy and si…

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Will You Get Breast Cancer or its Recurrence?

(Health Secrets) Researchers say your body mass index is one of best indicators of the answer to this question. Obesity is linked with a huge increase in risk of breast cancer according to several re…

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Obese Mothers Risk Child Health

…e/she is born to a mother who is obese or suffers from another metabolic condition. In a world where obesity rates are continually increasing, the idea that maternal obesity can predispose a child to…

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