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    • 1.

      Lose Weight, Live Longer

      by Janet Martin - 2007-05-28
      Physical inactivity is killing thousands of Americans by putting them at risk for heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and colon cancer. The Weight Control Information Network of the National Instit...
    • 2.

      Obesity Kills 300,000 Yearly

      by Janet Martin - 2007-05-28
      The figures are frightening. Obesity is responsible for 300,000 deaths a year and many adult Americans are in danger of suffering from diabetes, heart disease, stroke, gallbladder disease, and cancer ...
    • 3.

      Famous Fat People

      by Janet Martin - 2007-05-29
      During the final years of his life, Rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley was battling obesity that affected his live performances. Richard Bevan said in "The Biography Channel" that as Elvis' weight inc...
    • 4.

      Fat People Less Likely to be Promoted

      by Janet Martin - 2007-05-30
      Here's bad news for fat people living in Britain. A survey of British personnel officers said they were less likely to hire and promote obese individuals even if they did a good job. Worse, many of th...
    • 5.

      Study Says Fat People Have Lower Iqs

      by Janet Martin - 2007-05-30
      Fat people are mistakenly perceived as greedy and lazy. Now a new study suggests they may be stupid as well! That may come as a big blow to millions of people around the world who are suffering from o...
    • 6.

      Milk - Not The Perfect Food

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      Everyone knows that milk is a rich source of calcium that plays a significant role in preventing osteoporosis, a crippling and fatal bone disease that affects 200 million people worldwide. However, fo...
    • 7.

      Coffee, Tea Can Cause Osteoporosis

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      A hot cup of coffee may sound like a great way to start the day. But if you consume too much, you could end up with osteoporosis.Osteoporosis or porous bones is a silent disease and one of the most co...
    • 8.

      Exercise Prevents Osteoporosis

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      A little exercise can go a long way in preventing osteoporosis, a crippling bone disease that affects 200 million people worldwide.Medical experts say that exercising for at least one hour a day three...
    • 9.

      Healthy Habits for Asthmatics

      by Janet Martin - 2008-01-02
      Feeling depressed because you have asthma? Don't be blue. Millions of Americans are like you. About 20 million people have asthma and nine million US children under 18 have been diagnosed with the con...
    • 10.

      Home Remedies for Asthma

      by Janet Martin - 2008-01-02
      Every day in America alone, 30,000 people have an asthma attack. Of that number, 5, 000 people visit the emergency room, a thousand are admitted to the hospital and 11 people die due to asthma, accor...