Send a Message
to sharjeel10




May 7, 2013

sharjeel10 Profile

Forums Owned

Recent Posts


Weight Loss: Health Risks Associated With Obesity

The health problems associated with obesity are numerous. Obesity is not just a cosmetic problem. It's a health hazard. Someone who is 40% overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as is a normal-weight person. Obesity has been linked to several serious medical conditions, including: Heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure. Diabetes. Cancer. Gallbladder disease and gallstones. Osteoarthritis. Gout. Breathing problems, such as sleep apnea (when a person stops breathing for a short episodes during sleep) and asthma. Doctors agree that the more overweight a person is, the more likely he or she is to have health problems. People who are overweight or obese are at increased risk for chronic disease compared to normal-weight individuals People who are overweight or obese and can gain significant health benefits from losing weight. A person is considered obese if he or she weighs at least 20% more than the maximum healthy weight for his or her height.  (May 20, 2013 | post #1)


women health

Women and men present different patterns of diseases, exposure to health determinants and access to health services. This is due to the biological differences between women and men and their socially constructed roles (gender). In Europe, women live on average 6 years longer than men. However, most of these additional years are lived with moderate or severe activity limitation. The most frequent causes of death in Europe are diseases of the circulatory system followed by cancer, both for women and for men. The incidence and prevalence of certain diseases, such as breast cancer, osteoporosis and eating disorders, are higher among women. Other diseases affect men and women differently. For instance, the incidence of lung cancer is higher among men, but it is rapidly rising among women due to the increased up-take in smoking. Some specific diseases related to reproductive organs, such as endometriosis and cervical cancer, affect women exclusively. The EU stresses the importance of raising awareness on the relationship between gender and health and supports Member States in gathering relevant and comparable data and in addressing health disparities through gender-sensitive health promotion, prevention, early detection and care.  (May 20, 2013 | post #1)


yes you have to eat in a limit,avoid eating heavy food  (May 9, 2013 | post #2)


hello everyone.....!!!

newn ie on your board,hoping good,  (May 9, 2013 | post #1)

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hello everybody. . . !

first of all a little excuse,i did not find the way o introduction so i am started from here hope never mind,i am newbie here,just join this community right now and wanna introduce myself to all,  (May 7, 2013 | post #1)