The Sedalia City Council recently decided to uphold the smoking ban, which is necessary to protect the welfare of the public's health. The rights of the non-smoker have been up in flames until recently. Since Sedalia has eliminated smoking in public places, they should also eliminate other things in this town to make it more healthy for us all.
Earlier this month, we were astonished to learn what countries were the laziest in the world. So, it stands to reason that in order to put the scope of the worldwide condition into perspective it is now necessary to identify the world’s healthiest countries.
Much ink has been spilled about studies detailing the health risks associated with being overweight.
And while there is no doubt that severe obesity can lead to a litany of medical problems, a new study suggests that moderately overweight people are still pretty healthy. So, what’s the skinny on this phenomenon?
Food manufacturers and supermarkets like to advertise that their meals are healthy. But there can be only one “healthiest” meal, and British scientists have looked through 4,000 health claims in an effort to determine what that would be.
It seems that people around the world are full of good intentions in regards to the healthiness of their diets, yet new findings prove that as the day progresses, those intentions could be falling by the wayside.