Research finds a link between poor health and low breast milk production

Low breast milk production and bad health are related, according to research. The common belief is that if you try hard enough, your body will be able to nurse. Poor metabolic health characteristics are associated with low levels of breast milk production, according to recent UC research. Journal of Breastfeeding Medicine published the study. “We […]

Aiming to reduce obesity among middle-aged women, new national recommendations

A national health organisation advises doctors to discuss weight control with all middle-aged women. The goal of new national standards is to prevent unhealthily high weight gain that might cause life-threatening illnesses in women between the ages of 40 and 60. The Annals of Internal Medicine has released the study review article and clinical recommendations. […]

Obesity rates among American children and teens are rising

According to Staiano, director of the paediatric obesity and health behaviour lab at Louisiana State University’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, the percentage of obese children rose from 18% in the 2011 cycle to 22% in the 2020 cycle. According to a new analysis of data from a national health survey, obesity rates […]

Is Gaining Weight During Periods Normal?

It’s typical to gain three to five pounds during your period, but this weight loss goes away after a few days of bleeding. Gaining weight is an actual manifestation of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Women experience a variety of physical, mental, and behavioural symptoms associated with PMS from a few days to two weeks before to […]

Asthmatics are more likely to be Obese

The findings of the study, which were first to show this link, according to authors, were published online in the journal Thorax. The study was directed by Subhabrata Moitra, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher in the division of pulmonary medicine at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. According to a recent multinational study with more than […]

Women may be more susceptible to gout due to genetics and excess weight

According to a sizable prospective study, excessive body fat and genetic susceptibility are both linked to an increased chance of developing gout, especially in US women. The study discovered that the risk is greatest when both factors are present. For instance, past cross-sectional studies have discovered that obesity, a significant modifiable risk factor for gout, […]

Women burn fat even after menopause

A study conducted at the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences of the University of Jyväskylä shows that menopausal state or blood estrogen levels do not determine how middle-aged women can use fat at rest or during exercise. The estrogen deficiency following menopause is thought to impair women’s ability to use fat as an energy […]

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