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Average Weight for Height - How do you measure up? by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Sat 25 Apr 2009 12:35am Average Height for Weight Being overweight can lead to a variety of health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, and a host of other deadly illnesses. But, "overweight" can be a bit of an umbrella term which is very dependent on several other factors, mainly your height. So, let's look at a comparison of average weight ... Read on »
Body Weight, Throwing Velocity, and Pitching Injuries: Interesting Parallels by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 17 Aug 2012 9:43am This morning, my good friend (and fellow baseball aficionado) Lou Schuler posted the link to an article that compared mortality rates in football players and baseball players. If you'd like to check it out, you can do so HERE . One thing the article showed that I found very interesting was the rapid physical development of the average MLB pla ... Read on »
2 Year Old Skinny Baby Denied Healthcare – Height and Weight Did not Add Up to the Allowable Algorithmic Formula For Coverage by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 21 Oct 2009 10:02pm This article states this was a division of United HealthCare that denied coverage.  I keep talking about how they run those formulas and here’s another perfect example, as they are refining these down to where it’s really going to get difficult to fit the parameters.  Was the girl outside the percentiles on a growth chart?  What did they use?  W ... Read on »
Weight vs Height Values Sometimes are Correct by Laura Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 11:04am This Monday my daughter went to her 6 years old check up. She was weighted, measured and did the vision test. In one year she gained 6 kilos (13,2 pounds) and the nurse said it was too much weight gain in one year. She really scared me by telling me that my daughter’s diet had to be supervised because she could be obese in a near future. I wa ... Read on »
Height and Weight TablesAccording to Silkroad Money classify as chubby or fat whenever by runescapesite Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 12:21am   Height and Weight TablesAccording tosilkroad goldDoctor. Steven Places, Downtown Insurance coverage Organization launched weight and height furniture inside 1943. These kinds of furniture appraisal the ideal weight array depending on your current elevation and the body frame. As an example, based on the desk, if you're Half a dozen feet in height ... Read on »
Health and body weight by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm It is wise to control one's body weight as being overweight or obese may bring health problems. People who are overweight are more prone to Type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease (heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure), certain type of cancer such as bowel cancer, etc. Being overweight or obese can also cause psychological problems suc ... Read on »
Doc pls advice: I'm 24 male with avg height of 5'7", weight, 67 kg. I'm a socially active person, h by Ivan G. Posted Thu 04 Sep 2008 1:52am Hello, Amin, Don't be too anxious, it doesn't seem a serious health problem. There are several possible causes for what you feel. First of all, I think you could just be a bit tired because of too much work - or too few sleep...? Or maybe you doesn't eat in a healthy and balanced way? Maybe you could be short of some vitamins or hormones (lik ... Read on »
Check your Blood Pressure, weight, height and body fat at Tesco by Dr. Chan C. Posted Sat 13 Mar 2010 6:08am I just noticed this machine at Tesco Penang where you can check all the essentials including your blood pressure for rm2. Apparently you can stick your arm into the blood pressure cuff and it will hopefully release you after the bp is taken. Quite ingenious but I was too shy to announce all my data to all the rubber necks who would ... Read on »
Ideal Body Weight - Fantasy vs. Reality by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:01pm A doctor once told me that for my height, I should weigh between 124 and 138 lbs. I laughed right in his face. That seemed to upset him, so he went on to preach about the dangers of obesity, and how the excess weight I was carrying around was destroying my body. I laughed again, much harder this time. Just so you know, at the time I was 31 yea ... Read on »