Latest Metabolic disorders Stories
Hospitalizations for children with high blood pressure and related charges dramatically increased during 10 years ending in 2006.
During this presidential election season, there will be plenty of debate between the candidates on the issues.
The world population is over seven billion and all of these people need feeding. However, the energy requirement of a species depends not only on numbers but on its average mass.
An international team of researchers’ study of the spatial patterns of the spread of obesity suggests America’s bulging waistlines may have more to do with collective behavior than genetics or individual choices.
A new study by Canadian researchers finds that children and youth who consume sugary drinks do not have any higher risk at becoming obese when compared to their peers who drink healthy beverages.
New research has found that obesity is linked to many health problems and, based on a recent study, affects performance in math studies as well.
Childhood obesity rates have risen over the past 40 years and have been associated with many health problems. Now, a new study shows that children’s weight and their math performance are linked.