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Overweight

Stigall Show Log 1.29.13

Chris discusses the “Gang of Eight’s” proposal on immigration reform, the continued drama surround whether or not Beyonce lip-synched the inauguration at last weeks Presidential Inauguration, the Boy Scouts re-consideration of their policy banning gays, and accusations against New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez that he hired an illegal immigrant as an intern and travelled to the Dominican Republic to have sex with prostitutes. He also talks to Author Chris DeRose about his book, Lincoln: The Early Years.

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT–01/29/2013

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Expert: Diet, Exercise Important For Pets

Humans make resolutions to lose weight but how about making one for your pet? Recent studies have found more than 50 percent of pets in America are overweight.

01/20/2013

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Fat Philly No More?

A recent report seems to demonstrate that citywide efforts in Philadelphia against childhood obesity are working.

12/12/2012

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Leptin May Hold Key To Weight Problems

Leptin is an important hormone in regulating metabolism. If you have sufficient quantities of leptin you are less likely to be obese. But, if you don’t have enough, you can have problems with weight.

10/17/2012

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Childhood Obesity Studies Underscore Problem

Multiple studies indicate that childhood obesity, and the problems associated with it, need to be addressed.

09/25/2012

Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea May Cause More Than Snoring

Recent studies have linked sleep apnea to elevations in blood pressure as well as cardiovascular issues.

09/04/2012

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Some Fat May Be Healthy

Fat around the thighs and buttocks is considered unsightly by some but published studies have found that fat in this area can reduce the harmful effects of inflammation in the body leading to protection against disease.

08/23/2012

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Treating The ‘Obese’

Since the word obese has a negative connotation, it might make sense for physicians to use another word when treating and counseling overweight patients.

10/10/2011

Fat Acceptance

Sharing Weight Discrimination Stories Online

Health officials have declared war on obesity. But some people who are overweight say they’re being shamed about their weight, treated like they’re less than human, and they want it to stop.

06/28/2011

Fat

The Link Between Obesity And Diabetes

Some very technical news from the Harvard School of Public Health that might give us a new window into understanding why people who are overweight are more likely to have problems with diabetes.

05/04/2011

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