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What Causes Men to Have Hard, Fat Bellies?

A waist size greater than 40 inches indicates a man is at a high risk of type-2 diabetes and heart disease. This inflated, firm be...

Male and Female Obesity

Obesity has become a greater problem in the United States during the past 30 years, according to statistics compiled by the Center...

How to Help Obese People

In the United States, obesity affects 35 percent of the adult population, according to 2014 statistics reported by the Centers for...

How to Eat After a Gastric Sleeve

Gastric sleeve surgery, also called a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, is an option available to people who want to lose a large a...

The Best Exercise for an Apple Shaped Body

Having an apple shaped body, you might think that attention need only be paid to the areas where fat has accumulated, while ignori...

Beginning Exercise Plans for Obese

With more than one-third of American adults and about 17 percent of children and teens falling into the "obese" category...

Success of Obese People & Knee Replacements

Obesity is defined as a BMI -- or body mass index -- of more than 30. According to the Rothman Institute, more than a third of Ame...

The Impact of Obesity on Male & Female Relationships in Adulthood

Seventy-four percent of men and 60 percent of women report they would be uncomfortable dating someone who is obese, according to a...

The Cause and Effect of Obesity

It's no secret that America is struggling with an obesity epidemic. Turn on the TV, flip open a magazine or read a newspaper, ...

Salt Substitute Health Risks

Salt substitutes consist of potassium and chloride, two necessary elements in the body. People without kidney problems excrete exc...
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