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Is Marijuana Addictive? | NutritionFacts.org
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Animal Protein Compared to Cigarette Smoking
American Medical Association Complicity with Big Tobacco
Big Food Using the Tobacco Industry Playbook
Collaboration with the New Vectors of Disease
How Smoking in 1956 is Like Eating in 2016
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Tobacco  food–industrial  complex  lobby  public  health  crisis  chronic  sick  population  Alcohol  self-medication  abuse  obesity  Cancer  overweight  sickcare  demand  NHS  CVD  diabetes  GP  A&E  premature  ageing  demographic  bubble  S.A.D.  western  diet  lifestye 
2 days ago by asterisk2a
The Falling Price of Fat | Pseudoerasmus
Summary : There are too many baroque explanations for the increased prevalence of obesity. I suggest a simple mechanism : falling food prices, rising incomes.
econotariat  broad-econ  pseudoE  economics  supply-demand  food  obesity  trends  explanans  cynicism-idealism  money  compensation  cost-benefit  backup  epidemiology  public-health  roots 
3 days ago by nhaliday
DIY faecal transplants carry risks including HIV and hepatitis, warn experts | Science | The Guardian
The fear that faecal transplants could give recipients more than they bargained for is underscored by a case study from 2015 in which a woman undergoing a faecal transplant for a C. difficile infection ended up becoming obese after receiving a stool sample from her healthy but overweight daughter.
obesity  overweight  public  health  microbiome  microbiota  crisis  chronic  sick  population  S.A.D.  western  diet  lifestyle 
6 days ago by asterisk2a
Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer' - BBC News
What counts as ultra-processed
Mass-produced packaged breads and buns
Sweet or savoury packaged snacks including crisps
Chocolate bars and sweets
Sodas and sweetened drinks
Meatballs, poultry and fish nuggets
Instant noodles and soups
Frozen or shelf-life ready meals
Foods made mostly or entirely from sugar, oils and fats &! http://www.spiegel.de/gesundheit/ernaehrung/fertignahrung-erhoehen-stark-verarbeitete-lebensmittel-das-krebsrisiko-a-1193713.html
cancer  public  health  CVD  chronic  sick  population  sickcare  demand  NHS  crisis  food–industrial  lobby  food  S.A.D.  western  diet  obesity  overweight  healthcare  diabetes  immune  system  Autoimmune  disease  Diseases  packaging  plastic  pollution  chemical  complexity 
7 days ago by asterisk2a
Chemicals in packaging, carpets and non-stick pans 'may contribute to obesity' | Science | The Guardian
Chemicals used to make non-stick pots and pans, stain-resistant carpets, and food packaging may contribute to high levels of obesity by disrupting the body’s ability to burn calories, scientists say.

Researchers at Harvard University examined the effects of compounds called perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), which have already raised concerns among some health experts after animal experiments and other studies linked them to cancer, high cholesterol and immune problems.
public  health  pollution  obesogenic  environment  obesity  overweight  Cancer  PFAS  BPA  bisphenol  plastic  autoimmune  disease  chronic  lowgrade  inflammation  immune  system  crisis  fungicide  herbicide  pesticide  ecological  environmental  Klimakatastrophe 
8 days ago by asterisk2a
Obésité : manger moins vite permettrait de perdre du poids
Une étude japonaise montre que ceux qui ralentissent le rythme pour terminer leur assiette ont tendance à perdre du poids.
food  obesity 
8 days ago by cdevos
'Fat letter made me lose my confidence' - BBC News
[ exercise fab ] A schoolgirl says she lost her confidence and passion for sport after receiving a so-called "fat letter".

Daisy, 11, from Christchurch in Dorset, received a Public Health England letter saying she was overweight after being weighed at school.

Children are measured and weighed for their body mass index (BMI) in Reception class and in Year 6, under the government's National Child Measurement Programme.

Daisy's mother Gill says she was not aware her daughter would be weighed but did not want to keep the results a secret from her.
UK  public  health  obesity  overweight  childhood  sickcare  demand  premature  ageing  CVD  Cancer  inflammation  chronic  sick  population 
9 days ago by asterisk2a
Why has the prevalence of obesity doubled? | SpringerLink
The prevalence of obesity has doubled over the last 25 years. We estimate the effects of multiple socio-environmental factors (e.g., physical demands at work, restaurants, food prices, cigarette smoking, food stamps, and urban sprawl) on obesity using NLSY data. Then we use the Oaxaca–Blinder decomposition technique to approximate the contribution of each socio-environmental factor to the increase during this time. Many socio-environmental factors significantly affect weight, but none are able to explain a large portion of the obesity increase. Decreases in cigarette smoking consistently explains about 2–4 % of the increase in obesity and BMI. Food stamp receipt also consistently affects the measures of weight, but the small decrease in food stamp program participation during the period we examine actually dampened the increases in obesity and BMI. Collectively, the socio-environmental factors we examine never explain more than about 6.5 % of the weight increases.
study  sociology  medicine  health  epidemiology  public-health  obesity  trends  roots  explanans  labor  supply-demand  food  welfare-state  urban-rural  variance-components  volo-avolo  questions 
12 days ago by nhaliday
Anti-obesity programmes in primary schools 'don't work' - BBC News
http://www.bmj.com/content/360/bmj.k211 // An oxymoron, a contradiction in and of itself "working with industry to make food healthier." Sorry @Conservatives @PHE_uk, you can't make apples healthier. Nor ultra-processed food, bc would not taste morish & no +++shelve life = $. #obesogenicenvironment - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-magazine-monitor-27601593 &! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-27586149 &! https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/02/ultra-processed-products-now-half-of-all-uk-family-food-purchases //&! http://www.bmj.com/content/354/bmj.i4980 - Obesity treatment—are personalised approaches missing the point? - duh yes! //&! PHE UK thinks also vegan whole-food plant-based is unrealistic! https://twitter.com/minoritybeef/status/834651889572642816 - Dr Alison Tedstone @PHE_uk thinks whole-food plant-based vegan (@nutrition_facts @DrEsselstyn et al) is unrealistic. - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-39057146
UK  obesity  childhood  overweight  public  health  crisis  NHS  sickcare  demand  CVD  chronic  sick  population  obesogenic  environment  prevention  NICE  Cancer  diabetes  intrinsic  motivation  Capitalism 
13 days ago by asterisk2a
Ageing immune system linked to cancer - BBC News
cancer as an autoimmune disease //&! https://nutritionfacts.org/video/cancer-as-an-autoimmune-disease/ - Cancer as an Autoimmune Disease //&! Data Source https://www.dundee.ac.uk/news/2018/ageing-immune-system-may-explain-age-related-cancer-risk-increase.php - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br-6zxixWko //&! thymus https://nutritionfacts.org/video/clonal-deletion-theory-of-immunity/ ------ "We're not debating the fact that mutations cause cancer, but are asking whether mutations alone can account for the rapid rise in cancer incidence with age when ageing causes other profound changes in the body."
Cancer  auto  immune  disease  fasting  Valter  Longo  Diseases  Autoimmune  ageing  population  premature  longevity  Gerontology  demographic  bubble  sickcare  demand  NHS  Crisis  prevention  western  diet  lifestyle  S.A.D.  junk  fast  food  obesity  overweight  inflammation  IGF-1  public  health  CVD 
15 days ago by asterisk2a
Regular exercise is the single best thing you can do for your health | FiveThirtyEight
Yoni Freedhoff, a family physician and medical director of the Bariatric Medical Institute in Ottawa, has spent years pushing for "detaching exercise from weight loss and reattaching it to health." As he likes to say, regular exercise is the single best thing you can do for your health. Evidence suggests that it can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, reduce deaths from heart disease, prevent and treat Type 2 diabetes, improve respiratory fitness in people with asthma, and help with depression, among other things. As many experts have observed, if exercise were a pill, it would be the most beneficial medication on the market. . . .

If you're exercising with the expectation that you'll lose weight, you may be discouraged and tempted to quit when the pounds don't peel off, he said. There is even research suggesting that people who believe obesity is caused by a lack of exercise rather than a poor diet are more likely to be overweight and to eat more.

On the other hand, if your goal is general health, there is plenty of evidence that exercise is effective. Public health groups, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Sports Medicine, are in consensus: Aim for a minimum of about 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity exercise, such as brisk walking; 75 per week of more intense exercise, such as running, aerobics or fast cycling; or some combination of the two.
health  exercise  fitness  research  studies  obesity 
15 days ago by mobikefed
Over 3,700 deaths linked to alcohol - BBC News
Alcohol was a factor in more than 3,700 deaths in a single year in Scotland, according to new research.

Findings from NHS Health Scotland show that drink was involved in more than 1,000 deaths from cancer in 2015.

It was also linked to hundreds of deaths from conditions such as liver disease, as well as accidental injuries.

In addition, more than 41,000 people were admitted to hospital as a result of consuming alcohol, the study found.

Experts said the findings show that alcohol has a wider impact on health than many people think.
UK  Alcohol  alcoholism  binge  drinking  public  health  crisis  NHS  A&E  GP  chronic  sick  population  Scotland  culture  sickcare  demand  self-medication  abuse  mental  coping  mechanism  prevention  maladaptive  Cancer  liver  disease  CVD  obesity  overweight 
21 days ago by asterisk2a
(5643) Dicke Kinder - kranke Kinder! | Odysso - YouTube
4:50 - mutter vater bestimmen zum teil den hang zum uebergewicht und diabetes. bei zeugung und im mutterleib und fruehkindheit. junk food babies thus is a fitting name. // thus GP ask for family history.
epigenetics  childhood  parenthood  public  health  obesity  overweight  environment  crisis  sickcare  demand  diabetes  junk  food  fast  NHS  UK  microbiota  hormones  IGF-1  microbiome  addiction  epidemiology 
22 days ago by asterisk2a
Food insecurity: a third of poorest households skip meals, survey finds | Global development | The Guardian
one in four low-income households struggled to eat healthily or regularly.

More than half of adults across all income groups, ages and household sizes agreed that they had seen the cost of their groceries go up over the past three months, reflecting rising food inflation.
public  health  Austerity  Brexit  shrinkflation  inflation  food  insecurity  UK  crisis  obesity  overweight  Cancer  diabetes  CVD  childhood  JSA  ESA  structural  unemployment  sanctions  child  tax  credit  taxcredit  subsidies  chronic  sick  population  sickcare  demand  NHS 
23 days ago by asterisk2a

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