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By Steven Reinberg health day reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 28, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Excess belly weight — a so-called apple shape –– increases a woman’s risk of heart attack even more than overall obesity, researchers report. While obesity increases heart attack risk in both genders, women with a larger waist and waist-to-hip ratio are more …

It is easy to fall into the trap of “dressing according to your body type” when going out shopping. After all, so many stylists around us advise people to draw attention to certain parts of their body if they are “apple” shaped, or to move away from other areas if they are “pear shaped”. “. …

At our current rate of consumption, humanity lacks the resources and time to keep our planet habitable. In our current economic model, which itself relies on growing energy demand, industries are constantly producing materials for clothing, transportation, construction and packaging that still rely heavily on fossil fuels, with plastics being one of them. excellent example. …