Ontario doctors target junk food with grisly cigarette-like warning labels

http://tjez.gob.mx/perdakosis/7001 Originally published on RT.com on 25 October 2012 Canadian doctors aim to stem their country’s obesity epidemic in […]

The expanding waistline of the modern woman hides an array of health risks

http://www.westchelseavet.com/miolyky/giod/3150 The expanding waistline of the modern woman hides a multitude of health risks, including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

We are always striving for bigger and better. Skyscrapers are taller, food now comes as super-sized and it seems our bodies are also reaching new limits.

The first cutlet is the deepest

As surgery is something I’ve been thinking about for a number of years then I’ve obviously done my research into and know the pros and cons to it all. It’s not a decision I came to lightly and even now I see it as a last resort. Since I’ve started telling people about the surgery I’ve heard a few of the same questions popping up so I’m writing this which will hopefully explain a few things.

An estimated 500 million people across the world are now classed as obese. In the UK, one in four are overweight.