Seven out of 10 adults in Bahrain are either overweight or obese, a health expert has warned.
Health promotion director Dr Amal Al Jowder warned the rate would increase if people did not start adopting a healthy lifestyle, said a
Overweight issues has proved to be a high concern among Middle Eastern women due to an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise, according to a recent report.
The statistics released by Majid Al Futtaim, a leading shopping mall, retail
More than 72 per cent of Saudi Arabian adults over 40 are overweight, while there is an 18 per cent obesity rate among children, a report said.
About 50 per cent of Saudi women and a third of men do not take up any physical activi
Being overweight is so common in Europe that it risks becoming "the new norm", with around a third of teenagers now heavier than is recommended for their health, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said in a report.
The number of overweight and obese adults in the developing world has almost quadrupled to around one billion since 1980, according to a report from a UK think tank.
The Overseas Development Institute said one in three people worl
Hatta Hospital in the UAE has opened a dedicated obesity and weight management clinic to help overweight patients fight the flab.
UAE has a high prevalence of overweight and obese population in the country and as per 2012 Wo
Many low-income countries are neglecting overweight as a major health threat and lack policies to halt the growing burden of diseases due to the rise of obesity, according to new information released by WHO.
More than 75 per cent
The implementation of a structured schools-based exercise programme is crucial in combating the high risk of diabetes among overweight Emirati school children, a recent research study said.
The report, commissioned by the Automobi
Bahrain has been ranked among the world’s top 10 fattest nations, taking the 10th spot, according to an international study.
The Weight of Nations: An Estimation of Adult Human Biomass, says people consume nearly 3,000 calories daily and t
The 'First world' health problems such as obesity and heart disease may be gaining ground in developing nations, but they are mostly afflicting the rich and middle class while poor people remain undernourished and underweight, a study said