WASHINGTON - German experts are concerned that the ongoing global recession may worsen obesity epidemic.
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LONDON - A British study has shown that only three per cent of people know that the risks of cancer can be reduced by maintaining a healthy weight.
WASHINGTON - Body fat is a poor gauge for detecting high cholesterol levels in children, according to a new study.
HAVANA - Cancer will be the leading cause of death, while fatalaties due to cardiovascular diseases will occupy the second place on the list of fatal ailments in Cuba this year, a media report said.
WASHINGTON - There has been a drastic increase in the number of physical education-related injuries among school students over a decade, according to a study.
LONDON - Babies exposed to alcohol in the womb and those who are small at birth develop sleep problems as eight-year-olds, says a new study.
Study finds rise in student injuries in gym class
CHICAGO — Injuries to American children during physical education classes increased by 150 percent from 1997-2007, a new study finds, a possible drawback to a movement encouraging more vigorous exercise in schools.
LONDON - Weight loss surgeries are relatively safer than previously thought, finds a new study.
LONDON - Want to stay trim? Well, then do away with your fat pals, mounting evidence suggests.
LONDON - A new study has confirmed what many parents already knew - running around in the day means your child may fall asleep faster at night.