Ramyasadasivam

Ramyasadasivam

This is Ramya, a Biotechnologist. Ever since I studied Biotechnology, I developed enormous interest in exploring healthy diet and weight loss. Therefore you can find articles related to the above mentioned topics here. More often you can find articles related to the causes, cure and treatment for weight loss and weight gain here.

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Fat Chance: Diet Coke Fights Obesity?

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Overweight 6-Year-Old Vows To Change Lifestyle After Second Heart Attack

HOUSTON—Describing his second heart failure in the span of two years as “a real wake up call,” obese 6-year-old Nicholas Bleyer announced Tuesday that he was finally trying to turn his life around.

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Obesity rates rise in county schools

By the time students in Forsyth County reach high school, more than 40 percent of them are overweight or obese, according to a BMI study released by Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.

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Obesity causes vitamin-D deficiency: Research

(NaturalNews) Confirming what health professionals have long suspected, a new study published in the journal PLOS Medicine provides some of the strongest evidence yet that obesity is indeed a cause of vitamin D deficiency.

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Tide might be turning on U.S. childhood obesity -CDC

By Yasmeen Abutaleb WASHINGTON, Aug 6 (Reuters) - The obesity rate among low-income children between the ages of 2 and 4 is falling in 19 U.S. states and territories after having doubled in the past 30 years, a report released Tuesday shows.

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Bigger Meals Earlier Can Help Weight Loss

Skipping breakfast and overeating in the evening have been shown to play a significant role in weight gain and obesity. A study in the journal Obesity found that consuming the heaviest meal of the day at breakfast and the lightest at dinner can lead to significant weight loss.

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Migraine sufferers may find relief in plastic surgery techniques

Debra Haining lay in a hospital bed at Massachusetts General Hospital, awaiting surgery. Both eyelids were colored purple, and blue dots were drawn on her forehead, including one on each temple, and one above her left eye.

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Migraine Diagnosis Seems On The Money

Q --Both my older sister and I have migraines and understand that isn't too uncommon. However, we seem to have different kinds of headaches; she says she sees things that I don't. Does this mean her diagnosis is in error? Both of us get relief from the medications prescribed by our doctors but we're now worried about this aspect of our ailment.

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Botox treatment can relieve chronic migraine headaches

Do you or does someone you know experience 15 or more headaches per month? If so, do these headaches last at least four hours or more, and has it been an ongoing issue for more than six months? If these symptoms sound familiar, you might suffer from chronic migraines.

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Few Most Important Acid Reflux Symptoms You Should Know

Acid reflux is nothing but a digestion complication that is caused by the valve, lower esophageal sphincter. It is abbreviated as LES. It is a valve that is placed in between the esophagus and stomach.

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Traveling and Constipation

With the vacation season upon us, many of us start planning vacations and road trips to visit family and friends.

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Jan-Oct deficit doubles as spending picks up

The Philippine budget deficit in the first 10 months of 2012 more than doubled from a year before as government spending picked up.

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Art Talks puts the focus back on Egyptian art

Egypt’s long and diverse history of art is not readily apparent in its contemporary arts scene.

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This Art Show About Boredom Is Anything But Boring

When an art show about boredom begins with the warning, "Viewer discretion is advised," you can rest assured it'd be anything but boring.

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Small Deficit Shows Slack Capital Spending

SLOW execution of Government projects, coupled with Sacu income and better collection of revenue, meant that Namibia’s deficit at the end of October was only 0,7% of its gross domestic product (GDP), Bank of Namibia (BoN) Deputy Governor Ebson Uanguta said yesterday.

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