Most health experts agree that increased body fat and obesity are unhealthy. In today’s show, we explore more about how muscle mass protects against the development of deadly diseases and may extend lifespan.
The coronavirus appears to target both fat cells and certain immune cells within body fat, which may explain why overweight and obese people are more likely to develop severe COVID-19, researchers report.
More than half of America’s youngest adults — 56 percent of those ages 18 to 25 — are overweight or obese, according to Johns Hopkins research, published in JAMA.
The number of states with an obesity rate of at least 35 percent has nearly doubled in two years, with continuing racial and ethnic disparities, according to research released by the Centers for Disease Control
New data from 4.8 million hospitalizations finding 94.9% of Covid-19 patients had these common underlying health conditions that are largely preventable…
Retired Navy Seal says experts and government officials failed to promote staying fit during COVID on ‘Fox News Primetime’ as 80% of COVID hospitalizations are obese and no one is talking about these facts.
Deaths from coronavirus are ten times higher in countries where more than half the population is overweight, according to a new study — with the UK ranked among the worst countries.World Health Organisation warns report is a ‘wake-up’ call to governments.