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[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] Risk Factors for Belly Fat Accumulation

Stress:Stress occurs when the body fails to respond appropriately to threats which can be positive or negative. Stress can either be temporary and beneficial, or it can be prolonged and harmful, causing depression and other health issues.       Please Login to Read All



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[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] BELLY FAT AND STRESS CONNECTION

A lot has been known about the effects of prolonged stress on the functions of the body but not many people realize that stress can cause an individual to accumulate fat in the abdomen otherwise known as Central or Visceral obesity. > Click here for Full Details      Please Login to Read All


[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] PREVENTING LIFESTYLE DISEASES (2): GOUT

Gout is a disease in which defective metabolism of uric acid causes arthritis, especially in the smaller bones of the feet and is accompanied with deposition of chalk-stones and epis >> Click here for Full Details      Please Login to Read All


[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] The Dangers of Childhood obesity

Recent changes in the lifestyle of our children and teenagers have led to an alarming increase in the incidence of childhood obesity which has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents over the last 30 years.  Several years back, >> Click here for Full Details      Please Login to Read All


[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] UNDERSTANDING THE BURN-OUT SYNDROME (2)

The principal physical symptom that initially identifies burnout is overwhelming fatigue upon awakening after eight to ten hours sleep or after a short nap. The individual feels exhausted. The pointers include physical, emotional and behavioral sy >> Click here for Full Details      Please Login to Read All


[STAY HEALTHY BY AYOOLA AIYEGBUSI:] PREVENTING LIFESTYLE DISEASES

Industrialization and civilization are twin factors that have led to an alarming upsurge in the incidence of several chronic diseases which used to be relatively uncommon. T >> Click here for Full Details      Please Login to Read All