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- I'm a Celebrity 2018: Is the campmates' jungle weight loss dangerous?
Much has been made of the dramatic weight loss on this season of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! with campmates reportedly losing a combined 4st in the first week alone.
Daily Mail. Friday, 7 Dec 2018.
- The danger of natural supplements for sex performance and weight loss
Last week, the FDA warned against a natural pill because it contained hidden prescription drugs. C Michael White, of the University of Connecticut, explains the risks.
Daily Mail. Friday, 7 Dec 2018.
- Alcohol intake may be key to long-term weight loss for people with Diabetes
A new study suggests that alcohol consumption may attenuate long-term weight loss in adults with Type 2 diabetes.
Science Daily. Monday, 3 Dec 2018.
- Intermittent fasting is no better than conventional dieting for weight loss, new study finds
Recent study found it's no more a "miracle" solution for weight loss than regular diets are.
Yahoo. Friday, 30 Nov 2018.
- Teatoxing Is The Hottest Detox, And Toxic It Is
Teatoxing, a form of detox cleanse involving laxative-containing teas, is a new trend in celebrity weight loss. Actress Jameela Jamil has raised awareness of the dangers of this by parodying the unseemly effects.
Forbes. Thursday, 29 Nov 2018.
- WATCH: Deborah Norville of 'Inside Edition' shares how she dropped 30 pounds
The news personality tells "GMA" about the incredible weight loss journey that she undertook after a decade of feeling bad about her body.
ABC News. Thursday, 29 Nov 2018.
- Intermittent fasting: No advantage over conventional weight loss diets
Intermittent fasting helps lose weight and promotes health. However, it is not superior to conventional calorie restriction diets, scientists have found out in the largest investigation on intermittent fasting to date. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 26 Nov 2018.
- Weight loss after menopause tied to lower breast cancer risk
(Reuters Health) - Older women who lose weight may have a lower risk of developing invasive breast cancer than those who maintain or gain weight, a large U.S. study suggests.
Reuters. Friday, 9 Nov 2018.
- The rise of the fat cat and how to put yours on a weight loss plan
An estimated 60% of cats in America are clinically overweight, which can lead to an abundance of physical and mental health issues. If you're among the many fat cat owners, here's how to put your feline friend on a weight loss plan.
Philadelphia Inquirer. Tuesday, 23 Oct 2018.
- Obesity surgery may lower heart attack danger in diabetics
Obesity surgery may dramatically lower the danger of heart attacks and strokes in patients with diabetes, new research suggests, reinforcing evidence that benefits extend beyond weight loss.
Modern Healthcare. Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018.
- What Is In Your Dietary Supplements? Study Reveals Unapproved Ingredients
Weight loss supplements with the ingredient that's normally in Viagra? A sexual enhancement supplement with a weight loss medication that was pulled from the U.S. market? How "natural" are dietary supplements?
Forbes. Friday, 12 Oct 2018.
- Weight loss linked to lower breast cancer risk
A new study finds women who drop a few pounds after menopause have lower rates of invasive breast cancer. CBS News' Chris Martinez reports.
CBS News. Tuesday, 9 Oct 2018.
- WATCH: How one bride lost more than 60 pounds before her wedding
Melissa Mountain shares her inspirational weight loss transformation story and nutritionist Maya Feller shares more tips on how you can lose weight at home on "GMA."
ABC News. Thursday, 4 Oct 2018.
- Weight Watchers slims down in rebrand
The firm says the change to WW reflects its development from focusing on weight loss to overall health.
BBC News. Monday, 24 Sep 2018.
- Type of weight loss surgery matters for people with severe obesity
(Reuters Health) - People who have weight-loss surgery for extreme obesity may lose more weight with an older operation known as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass than with a newer sleeve gastrectomy procedure, a small U.S. study suggests.
Reuters. Thursday, 6 Sep 2018.
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