Posts Tagged ‘depression’

Overweight and Obesity in Adolescents

Why many children are obese or overweight?   Today I came across an article that I found very interesting because it is a major problem in our today’s society. Our children and adolescents have not the same activity than we had many years back. We didn’t have the technology in those days of TV and…

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Why Childhood Obesity?

  WHO | Physical activity Physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Physical inactivity has been identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality causing an estimated 3.2 million deaths globally. Regular moderate intensity physical activity – such as walking, cycling, or participating in…

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How Much Mental Damage Can Cause Smartphones?

Mental problems caused by smartphones We cannot imagine anymore to live without cell phones it has become part of our life. I guess we are too dependent. Mobile phones are a persuasive tool we have to have it everywhere and even when leaving the house instantly we are dialing the cell phone. People of all…

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Taking Risk – Nonplus Ultra

        Pioneering Climber Dean Potter Killed in Wingsuit BASE Jumping Accident Beyond the Edge Potter was widely considered one of the most influential climbers, highliners, and BASE jumpers of his generation. Dean was a visionary, says Cedar Wright, a professional climber from Boulder, Colorado. His role in the community in Yosemite Valley,…

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