Obese and in Danger
Obese and in Danger. When a person is 100 pounds (45.3 kg) or more over his or her ideal body weight, the condition is referred to as morbidobesity. This is a serious disease. Morbid obesity may also be defined as a BMI of 40 or greater, or as a BMI between 35 and 40 if accompanied by a serious medical
Smoking and Pregnancy
Smoking and Pregnancy. Women who smoke have increased risk for conception delay and for both primary and secondary infertility. Women who smoke during pregnancy risk pregnancy complications, premature birth, low birth weight infants, infections, still birth, and infant death.