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Singer Sia says she struggled with her body image for many years as she wanted to fit the stereotype of a pop star.1 year agoSourcesHow weight loss can help stop Type-2 diabetes
Losing weight can lead to an early and sustained improvement in the functioning of pancreatic beta cells, which can help individuals with Type-2 diabetes to achieve remission, a study has found.1 year agoSourcesExperimental drug to reverse hair loss, skin wounds developed
Scientists including one of Indian-origin have developed an experimental drug that could successfully reverse hair loss, hair whitening and skin inflammation -- all previously linked to diets heavy in fat and cholesterol -- in mice.1 year agoHealthBeer belly bad for your heart
If you have developed a spare tyre, it is time you saw a doctor to assess your cardiovascular health as researchers have found that belly fat, even in people who are not otherwise overweight, is bad for the heart.2 years agoHealthMother's obesity a reason behind daughter's early puberty: Study
Maternal overweight and hyperglycemia or high blood sugar may lead to early puberty in girl child, leading to multiple adverse health developments in adulthood, finds a study.2 years agoFoodSmell carefully, you may get fat even without eating food
Your sense of smell that helps in enjoying the food may be inadvertently making you fat while the lack of it may trick the body into thinking it has already eaten, researchers say.2 years agoFoodBad News: Mere smell of food may make you fat, say Researchers
The findings revealed that obese mice that lost sense of smell lost weight on a high fat diet while their counterparts with a strong sense of aroma ballooned to twice their normal weight.2 years agoHealthSuperfit gran, 70, redefines fitness, flaunts perfect bikni body
With minor changes in diet, 70-year-old Carolyn Hartz has a perfect body and fitness level, setting goals for many people across the world.3 years agoHealthHow much good fat is a good amount?
Body weight plays a significant role in how much benefit children may get from consuming "good" fats, a new research suggests. Consumption of omega-3 fatty acids -- found naturally in foods including salmon, walnuts and soybeans -- has shown to lower blood pressure and increase good cholesterol (HDL) in children eight to 15 years old.3 years agoHealthTeenagers must lose weight to avoide liver diseases in future
Male teenagers who are obese could run a higher risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in the later stages of their life, say researchers.3 years agoTop Stories