Fukuoka, Japan – Does your busy schedule mean you often grab a quick meal before heading off to the next meeting or activity? New research shows that eating more slowly – and not snacking after dinner – may help you lose weight.
Elk Grove Village, IL — Wellness programs and insurance coverage that includes bariatric surgery can help manage worker obesity and alleviate its economic costs to employers, according to a recently released guidance statement from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Houston – Excluding physicians, a majority of hospital workers are overweight or obese and do not take part in vigorous physical activity, according to a recent study from the University of Texas School of Public Health.
Reducing and breaking up the time people sit at work can help improve their health, but a new study found a lack of quality research into the effectiveness of interventions intended to reduce workplace sitting time.
Obese people without obvious heart disease symptoms such as diabetes and high blood pressure still may have “silent heart damage” that puts them at greater risk for heart failure, according to a study from Johns Hopkins University.