High BMI and low aerobic capacity (but not muscular strength) associated, with increased risk of blood pressure

bmiA new study, published by the Stanford University by JAMA Internal Medicine has revealed that body mass index (BMI) and aerobic capacity in adolescents is linked to increased risk of high blood pressure. Continue reading “High BMI and low aerobic capacity (but not muscular strength) associated, with increased risk of blood pressure”

High BMI linked to Cancer

bmiA study published in the Lancet Oncology has linked half a million new annual cases to body mass index. The study determined that 3.6% of total global burden is linked with high . High body mass index is known to be a for cancers affecting the esophagus, colon, rectum, kidneys, pancreas, gallbladder, breasts, ovaries and endometrium. Continue reading “High BMI linked to Cancer”