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- Post smoking weight gain relates with nicotine dependence and serum lipid levels - 6.8
- Life stress linked to weight gain in US population - 5.9
- Weight during pregnancy affects daughter's risk of being obese - 5.4
- Eating less important to stop weight gain - 5.2
- Weight gain prevention intervention effective to prevent weight gain - 5
- Weight focused counseling with bupropion help women quit smoking - 4.9
- Marriage and divorce linked to weight gain - 4.8
- Eat out at restaurants and still lose weight - 4.6
- Obesity in middle age may affect healthy life in women - 4.4
- Women who drink moderately appear to gain less weight - 4.3

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Gut bacteria Clostridium ramosum may promote obesity in humans
A species of gut bacteria called Clostridium ramosum, coupled with a high-fat diet, may cause animals to gain weight.

Weight gain prevention intervention effective to prevent weight gain
An intervention not focused on weight loss was effective for weight gain prevention among socioeconomically disadvantaged black women. Promoting clinically meaningful weight loss among black women has been a challenge.

Post smoking weight gain relates with nicotine dependence and serum lipid levels
Smokers with more severe nicotine dependence are more likely to gain weight when they try to quit, revealed by researchers. Even with nicotine replacement therapy, individuals can gain substantial amounts of weight when they quit smoking.

Exercise may reduce breast cancer risk
A new analysis done by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers has found that physical activity ? either mild or intense and before or after menopause ? may reduce breast cancer risk, but substantial weight gain may negate these benefits. The findings indicate that women can reduce their breast cancer risk by exercising and maintaining their weight.

Eat out at restaurants and still lose weight
Going out to eat has become a major part of our culture. Frequently eating out and consuming high-calorie foods in large portions at restaurants can contribute to excess calorie intake and weight gain. However, a study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior demonstrates that individuals can eat out and still lose weight.

Marriage and divorce linked to weight gain
Both marriage and divorce can act as "weight shocks," leading people to add a few extra pounds-especially among those over age 30-according to new research to be presented at the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. But when it comes to large weight gains, the effects of marital transitions are quite different for men than they are for women.

Fat substitutes may lead to weight gain
Eating food which is naturally low in fat and calories may be a better route than relying on fat substitutes or artificial sweeteners. Synthetic fat substitutes used in low-calorie potato chips and other foods could backfire and contribute to weight gain and obesity, according to a study published by the American Psychological Association.

Workplace physical activity linked to obesity epidemic
The decrease in workplace physical activity over the past fifty years is a significant contributor to the obesity epidemic. Changes in caloric intake cannot solely account for observed trends in weight gain increases for men and women in the United States.

People who go to bed late and sleep late eat more fast food and weigh more
Staying up late every night and sleeping in is a habit that could put you at risk for gaining weight. People who go to bed late and sleep late eat more calories in the evening, more fast food, fewer fruits and vegetables and weigh more than people who go to sleep earlier and wake up earlier.

Everyday stress may lead to over eating, weight gain, obesity
Stress can take a daily toll on us that has broad physical and psychological implications. Science has long documented the effect of extreme stress, such as war, injury or traumatic grief on humans. Typically, such situations cause victims to decrease their food intake and body weight. Recent studies, however, tend to suggest that social stress--public speaking, tests, job and relationship pressures--may have the opposite effect--over-eating and weight gain.

Weight gain in middle age increases diabetes risk
For individuals 65 years of age and older, obesity, excess body fat around the waist and gaining weight after the age of 50 are associated with an increased risk of diabetes, according to a study in the June 23/30 issue of JAMA.

Women who drink moderately appear to gain less weight
Normal-weight women who drink a light to moderate amount of alcohol appear to gain less weight and have a lower risk of becoming overweight and obese than non-drinkers.

Each pound at birth lowers risk of developing TB
Researchers at the University of Michigan looked at how much protection additional birth weight added against developing the disease years later. They found that every 1.1 pounds of birth weight decreases the risk of developing tuberculosis later by 46 percent among identical twins.

Obesity in US population, more are overweight
If obesity trends continue, the negative effect on the health of the U.S. population will overtake the benefits gained from declining smoking rates, according to a study by U-M and Harvard researchers published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Obesity in middle age may affect healthy life in women
A new BMJ study reveals that the more weight women gain from the age of 18 until middle age, the less likely they are to enjoy a long and healthy life, as compared with lean women.

Eating late night snack causes weight gain, obesity
Eating at irregular times - the equivalent of the middle of the night for humans, when the body wants to sleep - influences weight gain, revealed by researchers at the Northwestern University.

Life stress linked to weight gain in US population
Stressing out can cause people to gain weight, revealed by researchers. The study looked at the relationship between weight gain and multiple types of stress in the U.S. population.

Weight during pregnancy affects daughter's risk of being obese
Obesity is becoming epidemic worldwide. A new research revealed that a mother's weight and the amount she gains during pregnancy both impact her daughter's risk of obesity decades later.

6 months to lose weight gained in pregnancy
Gaining weight in pregnancy is not only normal, it is necessary. The mother's body has to nourish the growing baby. Her body needs to take on more fluid to support the extra circulation the placenta and baby need.

Obese women should not gain weight
For years, doctors and other health-care providers have managed pregnant patients according to guidelines issued by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).

Pregnant should gain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
A growing amount of scientific evidence indicates that how much weight women gain during pregnancy and their starting weight at conception can affect their health and that of their babies, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council.

Turmeric extract curcumin may suppress fat growth in obese
Curcumin, the major polyphenol found in turmeric, appears to reduce weight gain in mice and suppress the growth of fat tissue in mice and cell models.

Frequent feeding linked to childhood obesity
As the childhood obesity epidemic in the United States continues, researchers are examining whether early parent and child behaviors contribute to the problem.

Increased food intake increases body weight
A study presented on Friday at the European Congress on Obesity is the first to examine the question of the proportional contributions to the obesity epidemic by combining metabolic relationships, the laws of thermodynamics, epidemiological data and agricultural data.

Eating less important to stop weight gain
Lots of experts disagree over the seemingly obvious notion of keeping weight off by trying to eat less ? a debate that centers on whether the practice backfires, leading to binging and weight gain.

Breathing problems during sleep linked to calories burned at rest
Individuals with sleep-related breathing disorders appear to burn more calories when resting as their conditions become more severe, according to a report in the December issue of Archives of Otolaryngology?Head & Neck Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.

Gut bacteria helps control body weight and obesity
A single molecule in the intestinal wall, activated by the waste products from gut bacteria, plays a large role in controlling whether the host animals are lean or fatty, a research team, including scientists from UT Southwestern Medical Center, has found in a mouse study.

Genes, lower reward response linked to weight gain, obesity
The brains of obese people seem to respond to a tasty treat with less vigor than the brains of their leaner peers, suggesting obese people may overeat to compensate for a reduced reward response, according to a new brain imaging and genetics study conducted by researchers at Yale University, The John B. Pierce Laboratory, the University of Texas and Oregon Research Institute.

Reduce weight with high carb and protein breakfast
Researchers revealed a possible way to overcome the common problem of dieters eventually abandoning their diet and regaining the weight they lost. Eat a big breakfast packed with carbohydrates ("carbs") and protein, then follow a low-carb, low-calorie diet the rest of the day.

Weight gain from artificial sweeteners
Use of no-calorie sweeteners may make it harder for people to control their intake and body weight. Cutting the connection between sweets and calories may confuse the body, making it harder to regulate intake, revealed by researchers.

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