Type 2 Diabetes in Obese Children Resists Treatment

The obesity rates in children in the United States have soared. Along with it, the number of Type 2 diabetes cases has also increased. According to a new study, the disease progresses quicker in children than in adults and it said to be harder to treat. Before the 1990s, type 2 diabetes was rarely seen in children. It is still uncommon today but experts see an increase in the number of children suffering...

New Service Gives Individualized Weight Loss Programs

Dr. Edward J. Gross, a leading plastic surgeon in Central Florida, unveiled a new service that provides targeted weight loss plans. The comprehensive programs are provided by Primera Slim Spa are said to be effective because they are individualized depending on the person’s needs. Weight loss has been one of the issues that the country has been trying facing. According to the Centers for Disease...

Obese People suffer more from Heart Conditions and Joint Pain

A new government survey found out that obese adults are more likely to have heart conditions, high cholesterol, joint pain, and diabetes than people with healthy weight. 58 percent of obese adults suffer from joint pain compared to 40 percent of people at ideal weight. Obesity is said to increase the risk of heart disease, some types of cancer, type-2 diabetes, and other health concerns. The statistics...