Monday 28 May 2012

Strict Definitions-Metabolic Diseases-Body Mass Index-Phentermine-Sitting

Phentermine or Qnexa: Reasonable Options for Weight Loss?

A number of patients who want to lose a few extra pounds often inquire about the use of phentermine which has been traditionally advocated for patients who are significantly overweight or obese. Using body mass index (BMI) which uses weight and height to define obesity (BMI >30 is considered obese; 25-29.9 as overweight) or a waist -to- hip ratio (WHR) >.8 in women, or 0.9 to 1.0 in men, the majority of people who want to use phentermine may not truly qualify for use under these strict definitions of obesity. (Source: Healthcare News) read more..

Why Sitting At Work Can Be So Deadly

If you sit all day at work, you may want to pay attention to recent research which demonstrates that prolonged sitting at work raises the risk of dying from cardiac and metabolic diseases, as well as the risk of dying from all causes, even if you work out or exercise. (Source: Healthcare News) read more..

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