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Increased Weight Gain During Pregnancy Can Cause Asthma Risk In Baby by Linda Posted Mon 25 May 2009 12:00am We’ve discussed the dangers of a large weight gain during pregnancy recently but here is another concern. A Mom-to-be’s weight may have lasting effects not just on her own health but on the respiratory health of her children as well. This study looked at whether a mother’s weight before pregnancy could affect a child’s risk for asthma. The stu ... Read on »
Internet & Weight Gain: Teen Girls on the Web Gain Weight, Study Finds by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 3:12pm Note from Connie: Watch out how much time you or your teenagers are on the Internet! That's because an intriguing newstudy in theJuly issue of The Journal of Pediatricsfound that spending too much timeon the internet can cause teenage girls to gain weight. Not only that, but lack of sleep and drinking alcohol led to extra pounds, too, the resea ... Read on »
Lose Sleep, Gain Weight: Another Piece of the Obesity Puzzle by Environmental Health Posted Thu 31 Dec 2009 9:00pm Lose Sleep, Gain Weight: Another Piece of the Obesity Puzzle Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Pregnancy Weight Gain- Fear of Gaining Too Much Weight by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 1:04pm To Sara of Fit by Sara: “I’m in the second trimester of my seconed pregnancy and have already gained 10 more pounds than I did in my first.  I’m afraid I’m going to be HUGE!  I don’t feel like I’m doing anything different than the first time–I exercise and eat healthy.  Any suggestions to keep my weight in check?” From Fit by Sara: “The sec ... Read on »
Prenatal Weight Gain- Fear of Gaining More Weight by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 11:34am To Sara of Fit by Sara: “I’m already 20 lbs. overweight and just found out I’m pregnant.  I’m thrilled to be pregnant, but am scared I’m going to gain too much weight.  Any suggestions?” From Fit by Sara: “Congrats on your pregnancy.  It’s normal to have concerns about gaining weight when you’re pregnant, however this is the time to focus o ... Read on »
Gaining Weight, Gaining Velocity, Losing Control by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:00pm Q: My son pitches for a Division II baseball program - well, at least, until recently. Since he began his strength training regimen one year ago, his pitches have gained velocity, but he no longer has control over the ball. Is it possible that his training has changed the mechanics in his arm so much that he has no idea where the ball is going af ... Read on »
Weight gain & Weight loss by Leah Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 12:00am I’ve been wanting to write a post about the topic of weight gain and weight loss during and after pregnancy.  I have some pretty strong thoughts and feelings about it but I just haven’t had time to put them into a post.  Two friends who have wrote about this topic recently are Christa and Ruby and I really encourage you to check out their ... Read on »
Excessive Weight Gain, Weight Loss Failure: No Matter What, Keep the Door Open by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 5:00am Have you slammed a door shut in your mind? You know the door— it’s the one that brings you to successful weight loss. If you’ve closed it because of past experience, it could be something you can remedy. Oh no, not me, you may think. She can do it, but not me. I just fail and fail, I lose some weight and then gain more weight back. It’ ... Read on »
Is Your Sleep, Or Lack Thereof, Causing You to Gain Weight? by Angie Schumacher Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 7:04am The October issue of The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, found thatthose who suffer from sleep apnea consume a more unhealthy diet which can contribute to an even greater cardiovascular morbidity and mortality and this was most evident among women. MedPage TodayExecutive Editor Peggy Peck, had this to say about the sleep apnea studies: ... Read on »
Poor Weight Gain in Children...Use a Scheduled Intake Approach for Foods and Liquids by Cheri Fraker Posted Tue 15 Jul 2008 12:00am I get a lot of questions from parents about poor weight gain in infants and children. Many times I am told that a child "eats all the time" yet he does not gain weight. Grazing is a pattern of nibbling on food throughout the day. But when you gather those little bites together through the day, there really isn't that much food. Grazing contin ... Read on »