Getting Rid Of Belly Fat

Dec 18, 2014 1

Stubborn abdominal fat (folds) are more likely to appear on the back and tummy regions. An unhealthy amount of flesh hanging from the stomach can be very embarrassing especially when you sit, your stomach folds slightly, causing crease marks to appear through your outfit which can be very annoying. ...

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Public health interventions needed to tackle lifestyle diseases including type 2 diabetes

Dec 5, 2014 0

Britain needs more public health interventions to tackle the rise of “lifestyle” diseases, academics suggest.“Theories of practice and public health: understanding (un)healthy practices”, published in Critical Public Health, is a new paper written by Dr. Stanley Blue, lecturer in Social Sciences at The University of Manchester. It insists that a development in public health policy is required.  Dr. Blue explains that currently, health policy aims to influence individual behaviour, with people being encouraged to make beneficial lifestyle choices like reducing the amount of fast food they eat. ...

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A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle- NHLBI

Dec 5, 2014 6

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) strongly advocate a lifestyle that promotes and maintains heart health. This means maintaining a healthy weight and sticking to a suitable diet. ...

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How to have a Healthy Work Day

Oct 23, 2014 0

It’s not your imagination: sitting at a desk all day really can make your are as wide as your swivel chair. In a US survey 49 per cent of office workers said they had gained weight at their current jobs, and 28 per cent of those had piled on more than 5kg. Try these easy adjustments, so you can work 9 to 5 without gaining 5 to 10. ...

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Living the Good Life: How to Keep Lifestyle Inflation in Check

Oct 7, 2014 1

Many of us fantasize about what we’d do if we got a big pay bump—and more often than not, it usually entails picturing ourselves unwinding for a week in Bora Bora, buying a second home in the country or finally get that sporty car. But it’s also common to feel like a higher salary means you can automatically take on higher recurring expenses—whether it’s swapping out basic cable for a premium package, or moving from a one-bedroom to a two-bedroom apartment. ...

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