Obesity - 3 News by University of South Australia
Time out: We all need a three-day weekend
Researchers confirm health benefits
20-Apr-2023 - As a four-day work week is trialled in countries across the globe, health researchers at the University of South Australia say they’re ‘all in’ when it comes to a long weekend, especially as new empirical research shows that the extra time off is good for our health. Assessing changes in daily ...
Long term high-fat diet expands waistline and shrinks brain
“Obesity and diabetes impair the central nervous system, exacerbating psychiatric disorders and cognitive decline”
11-Jul-2022 - New research shows that fatty foods may not only be adding to your waistline but also playing havoc with your brain. An international study led by UniSA neuroscientists Professor Xin-Fu Zhou and Associate Professor Larisa Bobrovskaya has established a clear link between mice fed a high-fat diet ...
Dieting for obese mothers just before pregnancy may not be enough
02-Sep-2013 - While there is never a bad time to address one's own obesity, if you're hoping to lose weight before conception for the sake of your child, here's some bad news: Some of the epigenetic damage might have already been done, even if you lose the weight just before conception. According to new ...
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