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Hang Power Snatch from Mike Bissaillon on Vimeo.

 

 

Today's Lab Rats Of Obesity: Furry Couch Potatoes  "Dr. Hansen, who has been doing research on obese monkeys for four decades, prefers animals that become naturally obese with age, just as many humans do. Fat Albert, one of her monkeys who she said was at one time the world’s heaviest rhesus, at 70 pounds, ate “nothing but an American Heart Association-recommended diet,” she said.

 

2 Responses

  1. Scientist

    George great article BTW….the most interesting part was that the researchers were looking for what surgery could they perform or what drug could they give to monkeys to help reverse the weight gain. When in fact if they just changed their diets and exercised all would be fixed. Pretty good glimpse into society and how we want to “fix” obseity.

  2. George

    Good point Scientist!
    Unfortunately it seems a good portion of the medical community and all of the pharmaceutical companies want to solve all problems with prescription drugs and surgery. I’m amazed at the number of advertisements there are on television for medications.
    I’m waiting for the public service announcement that suggests we eat properly, NOT following the government guidelines, and got intense exercise. Don’t worry, I’m not holding my breath. There’s not millions to be made by advising such things.

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