close Video ‘Modern Family’ star calls out ‘hate tweets’ over sharing her cousins GoFundMe post ‘Modern Family’ star Ariel Winter called out ‘hate tweets’ she received on twitter after she shared her cousins GoFundMe post. Ariel Winter is opening up about her recent weight loss. The "Modern Family" actress addressed concerns from a fan during a Q&A session on her Instagram Story Tuesday. The commenter asked: "Why so thin?" which prompted the 21-year-old to reveal that her new slimmer figure is because she switched anti-depressant medication. She admitted that her original medication caused her to gain some weight and despite all her tough workouts, the pounds wouldn't come off. Instead of obsessing over her curvier shape, Winter said she had accepted her body at a heavier weight. 'MODERN FAMILY' STAR ARIEL WINTER RESPONDS TO BODY-SHAMERS MOCKING HER FEET “For years I had been on anti-depressants that … [Read more...] about Ariel Winter reveals weight loss was due to switching anti-depressants
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Health Weighing yourself oneself every day can help with hitting weight loss targets, according to authors from the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing and University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. To arrive at their conclusion, the researchers analyzed data on 1,042 adults with an average age of 47 years old. Of the total participants, 78 percent were male and 90 percent were white. For a year, the volunteers weighed themselves as normal using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth enabled scales. The team did not offer the participants advice or directions. By the end of the study, approximately one-third of the participants sustained a habit of daily weighing. On average, the respondents lost on average less than 2kg.The resulting figures revealed those who measured their weight daily or six times a week, lost 1.7 percent of their body weight in the following year: an amount the team described as significant. In contrast, those who never weighed themselves, or … [Read more...] about Weighing Yourself This Often is Linked to Weight Loss
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A 16-year-old girl went to her pediatrician for her annual visit and complained of being very tired for a while. Despite this, she just completed 10th grade with minimal absences. She has a history of obesity, weighing as much as 230 pounds on a 5-foot-3 frame. But in the last year, she devoted herself to improved nutrition and exercise. She stopped drinking sweetened sodas in favor of lots of water. Her parents agree that her diet has been healthier, but think her exercise has been minimal. Both the pediatrician and family were happy to learn that over the last six months, her weight decreased to 205 pounds. But she can’t understand why, despite her healthier lifestyle, she feels so tired. Fatigue is one of the most difficult complaints to sort out because it is found in so many teens. Some reports cite that 40 percent of healthy teens experience regular sleepiness and 30 percent fatigue (perception of low energy after normal activity). Causes can include … [Read more...] about Medical Mystery: After teen’s 25-pound weight loss, why was she so tired?
Candy Grande Special to Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 9:13 p.m. UTC Jul 10, 2018 Christopher Lawson plays in a men's softball league, is preparing to try out for the men's street hockey team, visits the gym five times a week, walks and is making plans to go sky diving this summer. Lawson, a carpenter, also spends his time playing with his two children, 6-year-old Calem and Avery, 4. More: HealthBuzz: How diet affects blood sugar with type 2 diabetes More: Avocado brownies offer a sneaky, tasty way to boost nutrition More: The Beautiful Mind: Why friendship is a smart move Lawson, who lives in Runnemede, loves his healthy lifestyle, which is completely different than it was one year ago. Only 12 months prior, Lawson weighed 442 pounds and suffered from high blood pressure and sleep apnea. He was in the hospital due to the sleep apnea, which caused a dangerous level of carbon-dioxide to build in his body. During this hospital stay, a doctor suggested Lawson look into … [Read more...] about No quick fix, but weight-loss surgery can save lives