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diet, getting regular exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight," said Alice Bender, associate director of nutrition programs for the AICR. But based on the new survey, many Americans don't realize that. The survey results were released Wednesday to coincide with World Cancer Day,
Many Consumers Misled About Bogus Weight-Loss Supplements, Survey Says. In Wellness Center For Your Family More Resources Related Links Obesity News Many Consumers Misled About Bogus Weight-Loss Supplements, Survey Says TUESDAY, Dec. 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Think a pill
can't say gay, lesbians and bisexuals have poorer health overall," he added. The survey findings are based on responses from nearly 35,000 adults who were interviewed in-person at their homes in 2013 as part of the National Health Interview Survey. This was the first time the survey
in the first survey group and 95 percent of those in the second survey group believed their sons were about the right weight, the findings showed. Among parents of overweight girls, 88 percent in the first survey group and 93 percent in the second survey group believed their daughters
tried yoga, tai chi or qi gong back in 2002, but that figure jumped to slightly more than 10 percent in 2012, fueled mostly by yoga. And a second survey that focused on children found a similar trend: Yoga had been tried by about 1.7 million children in 2012, representing an increase
Tips Interactive Tools Obesity News School Sports Costs Leave Some Students on Sidelines THURSDAY, Jan. 22, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Many American children can't afford to participate in school sports, a new survey finds. Only 30 percent of students in families with annual household
Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which has been conducted at regular intervals by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since the early 1960s. In the survey, parents of children aged 6 to 11 are asked whether they considered their child to be overweight, underweight
isn't believed to raise diabetes risk. Some women, he said, may not have a high BMI but do have high levels of belly fat, a "bad fat" known to raise diabetes risk. Another potential limitation of the study is that the survey data didn't allow the researchers to control for factors
parents who thought their own weight was a health problem were less likely to make changes in a child's diet," Rhee said. She can't say why this is, because the survey did not ask. But Rhee suspects that the parents may have been discouraged by their own failed attempts at dieting.
did not know how many pitches their child threw in a typical game, but 64 percent recalled that their child had experienced pain in the upper extremities because of pitching, the survey found. For one-third of the pitchers, the pain required a medical evaluation. "Kids who continue
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