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To help you enjoy great home cooked food the whole family will love to eat we’ve created over 200 recipes especially for GDAguru members,  and we’ve given them the GDA treatment so you know exactly how many calories and how many grams of fat, saturates, sugar and salt is in the food you cook at home.If you’re stuck for something to make for the kids tea tonight, looking for ...
 
BMI in young adulthood linked with later risk of schizophrenia
A new study by Danish researchers has identified an inverse relationship between body mass index (BMI) in young adulthood and risk of developing schizophrenia later in life.

 

(27-06-2006)
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Million Women Study Portrays Strong Overweight / Cancer Link

Nearly five per cent of all cancers in women aged 50 - 64 were connected to obesity. According to researchers, nearly 6000 women, between the ages of 50 and 60 are diagnosed with cancer each year. Close to 50% of the cases pertaining to cancer of the ...
(20-07-2008)

Obesity Is No. 1 Health Concern for Kids in the US in 2008

According to a report released this month by the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health, childhood obesity is now the No. 1 health concern for kids in 2008, topping smoking and drug abuse. In 2007, childhood obesity ranked third among parents’ top 10 overall health concerns for kids.
(19-07-2008)

Wall-E the Movie is picketed by 'size' activists

Groups such as the Fat Acceptance Movement are angry at the comic mileage the movie gains at the expense of the overweight. And the great advantage fat activists have when looking to make efficient use of their resources is that it doesn't take too ...
(19-07-2008)

Delegates from 14 Countries Meet to Discuss Global School Feeding EffortsPhiladelphia will take on an international flavor this week as 20 delegates representing 14 nations convene in the city from July 17 to 22, 2008 for the 10th annual meeting of the Global Child Nutrition Forum

Philadelphia will take on an international flavor this week as 20 delegates representing 14 nations convene in the city from July 17 to 22, 2008 for the 10th annual meeting of the Global Child Nutrition Forum.
(18-07-2008)

Government online ad spending soars on health

Figures published today by the Central Office of Information, which coordinates government advertising and marketing, revealed that in the 12-month period digital media spend rocketed by 57.6% to £35.4m.The COI is the second-biggest spender on all ...
(18-07-2008)

MORE than one in 10 four and five-year-olds in Scarborough are overweight, new figures reveal

Results from a 2006/2007 survey of children in their first year at infants school showed that 11 per cent were obese compared with a national average of 9.9 per cent.
(17-07-2008)

Why doctors believe children as young as eight should be put on statins

However, it has stirred up a furore in America as well as here, with British experts viewing the suggestion with alarm. 'There are far too many uncertainties involved with giving children these drugs,' said Professor Andrew Neil, a clinical ...
(17-07-2008)

Children Who Eat With TV On Consume More Calories

It is the first time television and eating habits have been linked in this way to obesity issues.Study funders the Canadian Institutes for Health Research said: "In effect, mindless television watching produces mindless eating. ... Anderson has some ...
(16-07-2008)

Healthy school dinners still a turn-off for pupils

Schoolchildren are still turning their noses up at healthy school meals despite the efforts of the celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and government ministers, who are set to miss their targets for school meals uptake, according to figures released this month.
(16-07-2008)

Expert Serves Up the Skinny on Healthy and Fun School Lunches

To prepare your children for all the options that will face them at school – from offerings in the cafeteria lunch line to vending machines and a la carte programs – remember that good eating habits start at home, said Netty Levine, R.D., a ...
(16-07-2008)

Despite Helen Mirren looking great in a Bikini - women over 45 feel “too old” to wear this summer’s trends

The study of 1,000 mature women published today found that nearly three quarters are less confident about baring skin in the summer than they once were, with one in three (33%) believing they are “too old” to carry off this summer’s ...
(16-07-2008)

Despite Helen Mirren looking great in a Bikini - women over 45 feel “too old” to wear this summer’s trends

The study of 1,000 mature women published today found that nearly three quarters are less confident about baring skin in the summer than they once were, with one in three (33%) believing they are “too old” to carry off this summer’s ...
(16-07-2008)

Fast food makers still find ways of tempting children

Companies were still not doing enough to curb their advertising, despite 88% of customers thinking they should be more responsible, consumer watchdog Which? said.Some of the firms who had pledged to stop marketing unhealthy food to under-12s ...
(16-07-2008)

A Minute a Day Can Improve Children’s Reading Skills

Back to school – it’s a hectic time full of shopping, preparation and new routines. But just because children are headed back to school doesn’t mean that parents should stop teaching their children.
(15-07-2008)

The hidden dangers of weight loss surgery

Stomach-shrinking operations have captured the headlines recently, with the post-operative death in June of 29-year-old Suzanne Murphy, who wanted to lose weight so she could play with her young son, and the daytime-TV star Fern Britton's earlier ...
(15-07-2008)

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