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APR 17, 2014 - Huffington Post

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High Altitude, Low Obesity?

By Morgan Jones Breathing the fresh mountain air might not just be good for the psyche; that altitude may also be good for the waistline. A new study, which focused on US military service members, compared overweight service members in high altitudes and low altitudes. The study found that the overweight service members living in high altitudes were less likely ...

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APR 16, 2014 - Baltimore Sun

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Increases in women's BMI linked to fetal, infant deaths, study says

As a woman’s body mass index rises before she is pregnant or early in pregnancy, there is an increased risk of fetal death, stillbirth or infant death, and severely obese women have the highest risk, researchers said Tuesday.

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APR 15, 2014 - MedPage Today

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Higher BMI Linked to Fetal Death, Stillbirth (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Women who are overweight or obese before becoming pregnant had an increased risk for poor birth outcomes, including fetal death, stillbirth, and infant death compared with normal-weight women, according to results of a meta-analysis.

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APR 15, 2014 - Family Practice News

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Increasing maternal BMI raises fetal, infant death risk

Increasing maternal body mass index shows a moderate to strong dose-response relationship with...

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APR 10, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Not All Dairy Is Created Equal When It Comes To Women's Bone Health, Study Says

If you want to strengthen your bones, reaching for calcium-rich dairy seems to be a no-brainer. But for women, it's best to reach for a big glass of the good stuff rather than snacking on cheese or yogurt. A new study published today on the effects of dairy consumption on knee osteoarthritis found drinking milk can slow down the progression ...

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