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35 resultados para 'obese'

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10:45

LifeStyle

Adenium obesum

Denise Bush

...trunk (caudex) gives the plant the 'obese' or 'bottle' description. From seedling size it rapidly swells to store water and, once the plant is mature, can withstand long periods of drought. A. Obesum has many subspecies, all of which are popular with

11:51

LifeStyle

"There are people who worry more about their car than their heart"

Ángel Escalera

...and that is primordial prevention. What does that consist of? Stopping people getting to a point where they have risk factors. That is something that needs to be done in childhood. Treating someone who has high blood pressure and is obese and

11:18

Local

Mijas defends its donkey taxis and says conditions have improved

Ivan Gelibter

...photos of obese people on donkeys which weren't even taken in Mijas. The strange thing is we've only ever received one or two complaints to our faces," said the pair. It's clear from social media that the donkey taxis cause indignation among animal rights

11:09

LifeStyle

"Obesity is the biggest public health problem in the Western world"

Ángel Escalera

...silent epidemic which "has become a problem of a terrible magnitude". Between 20 and 25 per cent of adults in Andalucía are obese, and between 15 and 20 per cent of children. These figures are worrying and experts insist that urgent measures are needed to ... propensity for obesity because of an alteration in their sleep rhythms. People who are obese often face problems with self-esteem as well and need psychological help to overcome that problem and not become depressed. "More than half of obese people consider

17:03

Opinion

The problem with expanding the waistline

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...numbered; sooner or later we will all be dead. Perhaps now though we could use a more specific time period to create a new saying: in ten years' time, we'll all be obese. Or even, if we continue to expand our waistline at an increasing rate, it could be

17:28

National

Plan to ban cremating obese people stopped

SUR

The Valencian regional government is to amend draft cremation rules after an outcry over the plan to ban the cremation of morbidly obese people because of the "excessive environmental pollution" they cause. The plans also include banning coffins

11:45

LifeStyle

Holding back the years

ANTONIO CORBILLÓN

...lead a sedentary lifestyle, take moderate physical exercise and eat a diet which is high in proteins to prevent malnutrition. Obese but lacking muscle This is not all. Sarcopenia can reach such levels that it is being found in older people who are

14:25

LifeStyle

About 80% of men and 55% of women will be overweight or obese by the year 2030

EFE

...age of 16 were considered overweight or obese in 2016. 80% of adult men and 55% of women are expected to suffer from excess weight or obesity in 2030. 2% of the Spanish health budget was spent on treating illness associated with excess weight in ... women. Excess weight is measured from BMI, or the body mass index, (the weight in kilos divided by their height in metres squared). An index of between 25 and 30 is considered overweight, and over 30 is obese. "These people have more possibility of

20:44

LifeStyle

Study in Malaga links obesity to anxiety and depression

Ángel Escalera

Nature group. Its main finding is that there is a possible link between the inflammation of body fat tissue and some types of mental illness, such as anxiety and depression. The study looked at obese and non-obese people. Obesity, despite being often ... associated with metabolic disease such as type 2 diabetes and resistance to insulin, has also been associated with mental illness. Around 35 per cent of obese people also have a mental illness, a percentage that the researchers considered to be "quite

14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

Association for Research into Means of Communication. The situation in neighbouring countries is similar. "Children are spending more time in front of a screen and, combined with an unhealthy diet, can increase the number of obese children""Teenagers are ... a screen. That, combined with an unhealthy diet, can increase the number of obese children". Another study attributes excessive use of screens to a progressive loss of vision. Children aged between seven and 12 have more myopia than university