INADEQUATE WATER CONSUMPTION HAS DEFINITE IMPACT ON OBESITY

BY IN BMI, children, dehydration, diseases, hydration, morbid obesity, non-communicable, Obesity, over-urination, overweight, type-2 diabetes, under-urination, under-weight, water NO COMMENTS YET

 INADEQUATE WATER CONSUMPTIONS AND UNDER-URINATIONS HAVE DEFINITE IMPACTS ON THE OBESITY STATUS OF PEOPLE (© 20 July 2016: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D., vmpalaniappan@gmail.com; Mobile: 6-012-2071414) I am fascinated to read the news in Medical X’press (July 11,2016) that had the following title: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-07-intake-overlooked-obese-individuals.html?utm_source=nwletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily-nwletter Water intake overlooked in obese individuals This is said to have been first published

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BEST AGE FOR GIRLS TO ATTAIN PUBERTY

BY IN BMI, body odour, ear wax, erratic menses, menopause, menses, moon-shaped face, Obesity, osteoporosis, overgrowth, overweight, pre-menstrual syndrome, puberty, white discharge NO COMMENTS YET

(© 11 February 2013: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D. e-mail: vmpalani@streamyx.com;  g-mail: vmpalaniappan@gmail.com)  Since long I have been wanting to address the immense problems the womenfolk have been experiencing. If you sit in isolation, and begin to contemplate a bit deeper into the personal problems every woman has to undergo in her lifetime, you will end up pitying the

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ADVERSE OUTCOMES AND COMPLICATIONS IN PREGNANT WOMEN

BY IN BMI, calcium excess, gestational diabetes, hypertension, hypoglycemia. obese, menses, neonatal mortality, overweight, pre-natal mortality, preterm birth, Professor David McIntype, stillbirth, under-urination NO COMMENTS YET

ADVERSE OUTCOMES  AND COMPLICATIONS  IN PREGNANT WOMEN (© 24 February, 2012: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan, Ph.D.) Another news item that was found in the MNT (Medical News Today) talks about the relationship between Body Mass Index (BMI) and pregnant Women. This research was done by Professor David McIntype (+ his Fellow Workers), Head of Mater Clinical

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BODY MASS INDEX & SEX POTENTIALS

BY IN BMI, calcium accumulation, calf calcification, cancer, glucose, obese, Obesity, sex potentials, sex suppression, skinny, under-urination, water 1 COMMENT

BODY MASS INDEX & SEX POTENTIALSDear Friends,I would like to present here a few tit-bits before we can discuss the main subject:1. Funny that I wrote on the relationship between being skinny and its relation to the sex potentials of people,In today’s (Teusday, 12 July) New Straits Times (Malaysia), in Health Info & Times, p.5,

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