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There were more than one million admissions made to NHS hospitals during 2019-20, where obesity was a factor. The figure comes from NHS Digital and ... More
The UK parliament will today (22 March) debate the merits of a Work Out to Help Out scheme, designed to offer subsidised access to health ... More
At least one of the vaccines approved for use against COVID-19 could be less effective in obese people, according to a new study. Research shows ... More
What are the effects on public health of gyms and leisure centres being shut during lockdowns? Could more people be suffering worse symptoms – or ... More
People aged 40 living with Type 2 diabetes face a "disproportionately increased risk of dying from COVID-19" – equivalent to the risk faced by a ... More
An England-wide survey of over 5,000 adults found that 80 per cent of people aged over 18 have made the decision to change their lifestyle ... More
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Thousands of COVID-related deaths could be prevented if successive governments had tackled the country's obesity crisis in time, according to Dame Sally Davies. The former ... More
Investigations by HCM have revealed a correlation between countries with lower obesity rates and those where governments have kept gyms open during lockdowns. HCM found ... More
As England counts down to lockdown this Thursday, HCM editor Liz Terry, has penned an open letter to the UK government, laying out the case ... More
Persistent and rising levels of lifestyle disease across the world have exacerbated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The ... More
In a boost to the gym and physical activity sector, the UK's deputy chief medical officer, Dr Jenny Harries, has called on Brits to get ... More
Obesity should be classed as a form of premature ageing, due to it predisposing people to acquiring potentially life-altering diseases normally seen in older individuals. ... More
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A healthy diet has massive benefits for your health, both inside and out. When you eat what is right for your body gives you more ... More
More than 40 sports industry leaders from across the UK have signed an open letter urging the main political parties to address the “alarming public ... More
The outgoing chief medical officer, professor Dame Sally Davies, has called for urgent action across the industry – and the public sector – to help ... More
Exercise has the ability to improve brain function in previously sedentary, overweight individuals. The University of Tübingen in Germany studied a group of overweight or ... More
Leeds has become the first UK city to successfully lower the rates of childhood obesity – according to data from the national child measurement programme ... More
Mencap has revealed plans to establish 27 activity hubs across England in order to get people with learning disabilities more physically active. The hubs will ... More
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Les Mills
Obese people have an increased risk of developing 13 types of cancer – and the threat is greatest in developed nations with sedentary populations. The ... More
The Sport and Recreation Alliance (SRA) has launched a petition calling on politicians of all parties to transform physical activity provision for children and young ... More
A new study has shown that severely obese people can reduce the risk of atrial fibrillation with exercise. Atrial fibrillation is an irregular and often ... More
The 2018 Sport Summit, in association with Howden,will mark the official launch of the Sport and Recreation Alliance’s public facing work around children and young ... More
Having GPs based in gyms and health clubs – where they could work together with exercise professionals to get those struggling with obesity more active ... More
The Soft Drinks Industry Levy has come into effect today (6 April), in a move which the government says will "benefit millions of children across ... More
Physical education should be taught in schools on a daily basis to help improve academic performance, a study has concluded. Researchers at the University of ... More
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