Headlines Tagged with Food/Diet/Obesity — 1,592 headlines found
Whether a young woman is smoking because she wishes to appear sophisticated, charming or independent, or because she thinks that nicotine will keep her weight under control, the main issue is the smoker's image. Even when cigarettes are used for stress r
Jan 26, 2015 Yibada (cn)
added Jan 26, 2015 22:43
Food comparisons don't come much worse than 'rotting, cancerous flesh'... "Spotted a #McDonalds McRib advert next to a picture of a smoker's diseased insides that looks unfortunately similar!" Jon Opstad wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of them.
Jan 26, 2015 The Independent (uk)
added Jan 26, 2015 22:25
[UK] Giving up smoking destroyed my boobs, claims lorry driver, 46, who gained a stone after quitting 30-a-day habit and then shed the weight
she decided to give up smoking for health reasons / Ended up gaining 1st and a dress size due to snacking instead of smoking / After losing the weight, says her bust looked 'saggy and deflated' / Used money saved by quitting to pay for £4k boob op and go
Jan 26, 2015 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 26, 2015 21:12
Mark Drakeford says it is having to "rescue" people from "harm that need never have happened" through too much smoking, drinking and a poor diet. He told BBC Healthcheck Wales he would do all he could to "bear down" on smoking. He also wants a UK gover
Jan 26, 2015 BBC Online
added Jan 26, 2015 21:02
found that people with eczema smoke and drink more, are more likely to be obese and are less likely to exercise...also suggest that eczema itself may increase the risk for heart disease and stroke, possibly from the effects of chronic inflammation
Jan 23, 2015 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 23, 2015 13:51
Fleishman Hillard conducted espionage against tobacco control advocates on behalf of the tobacco company R. J. Reynolds... converted the Healthy Buildings Institute into a front group...“Ogilvy will provide … assistance in strategy development and implem
Jan 21, 2015 U.S. RIGHT TO KNOW [Gary Ruskin, executive director]
added Jan 21, 2015 13:23
Men and women who want to stop smoking, get active and lose weight are much more likely to meet with success if their partner also adopts the same healthy habits, according to new research.
Jan 19, 2015 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 20, 2015 12:48
Women and men were more likely to quit smoking, become physically active and lose weight if their partner joined them in the new healthy behavior, according to a study published online by JAMA Internal Medicine.
Jan 19, 2015 JAMA/Archives Media Relations
added Jan 20, 2015 12:21
People whose partner stops smoking, loses weight or gets more active are far more likely to succeed in adopting healthier habits themselves
Jan 20, 2015 The Guardian (uk)
added Jan 20, 2015 12:19
the cost of treating both problems is eventually borne by U.S. society as a whole...smokers require an average $1,046 in additional health-care expenses compared with nonsmokers, and pay an extra $70 annually in out-of-pocket expenses.
Jan 16, 2015 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 16, 2015 14:28