How to calculate it and what it really means for your health

If you’ve ever had a standard check-up with your physician or other healthcare provider, it’s likely they calculated your BMI. This is a simple formula using your height and your weight to work out whether you are carrying too much fat.  It’s been a standard way of judging a person’s […]

If you’ve ever had a standard check-up with your physician or other healthcare provider, it’s likely they calculated your BMI. This is a simple formula using your height and your weight to work out whether you are carrying too much fat. 

It’s been a standard way of judging a person’s health since the early 20th century (with tweaks along the way) but although it gives a good outline of the condition that person is in, being such a simple test, it isn’t the complete picture and should be looked at alongside other considerations. 

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Tweets Show Americans Eating Healthier in Pandemic

Mon Aug 1 , 2022
By By Sydney Murphy HealthDay Reporter, HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) MONDAY, Aug. 1, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Whether it’s fact or brag, tweets suggest people ate healthier during COVID lockdowns and restaurant closures, a new study finds. Tweets about healthy foods rose 20% between May 2020 and January 2021, while those […]
Tweets Show Americans Eating Healthier in Pandemic