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02-03

Sugar is processed differently in the brains of obesity-prone vs. obesity-resistant rats

To understand what drives people to overeat, scientists are looking more closely at a brain...

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01-13

Discovery of metabolic switch could lead to targeted treatment of obesity, cancer

Researchers have discovered how to modify the function of an enzyme crucial to fat production...

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12-30

Some guts are better than others at harvesting energy

New research suggests that a portion of the Danish population has a composition of gut...

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12-16

Drinking coffee regularly after pregnancy may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes for women who had diabetes during pregnancy

Several early-life cardiometabolic complications make identifying high-risk populations and...

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12-02

Shaking less salt on your food at the table could reduce heart disease risk

Adding additional salt to foods at a lower frequency is associated with a reduced risk of...

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11-18

An excess of salty food seasons the body with stress, study says

A diet containing lots of salt can contribute to increased levels of stress, a new study...

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11-04

A high-fat diet in pregnant monkeys impairs fetal blood stem cells

Maternal consumption of a Western-style diet alters the transcriptional landscape of fetal...

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10-21

Fasting-mimicking diet reduces signs of dementia in mice

Cycles of a diet that mimics fasting appear to reduce signs of Alzheimer's in mice...

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10-09

People who are 'night owls' could have greater risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease than those who are 'early birds', study finds

Our activity patterns and sleep cycles could influence our risk of diseases, such as type 2...

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09-16

Cravings for fatty foods traced to gut-brain connection

Mouse research reveals fat sensors in the intestines that stimulate the brain and drive food...

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