This problem arose from the fact that obesity is globally on the rise, and women fall prey to this condition especially when pregnant.
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Additional suggestions include eating more whole grains, eating less fatty foods, and to drink more water instead of sugar-loaded drinks like soft drinks and sports drinks.
What a new study has uncovered is that diet and exercise may not be the only contributors to childhood obesity.
Chemicals found in cigarette smoke and certain plastics may increase the risks of obesity or diabetes.
With the growing concern of obesity and weight gain, many restaurants are adding nutritional and calorie information to menus.
Researchers found women with more belly fat to have higher osteoporosis risk due to having lower bone mineral density.
A new study at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, shows that treatments directed towards parents of obese children can work better than plans directed towards both the parents and the child.