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Detrimental outcome of unaware womanlike athletes’ nutritive needs

Dr Katherine Black, of Otago's Department of Human Nutrition, says most research into sport and nutrition focuses on male athletes, but the number of...

Testosterone can assistance group with hypogonadism remove weight, keep it off

"Obesity is very common in men with testosterone deficiency (hypogonadism)," said lead study author Karim Haider, M.D., a urologist and andrologist in private practice...

Tuck into charming fruits and vegetables and see a light

Researchers from China and the University of South Australia have published the first study of its kind to verify the link between foods high...

Investigational plumpness drug, oxytocin, weakens brain’s prerogative signals for food

The work may bring the synthetic nasal formulation of oxytocin a step closer to possible use as a new obesity treatment. Known more for...

Adipose hormone might play purpose in obesity-related asthma

Along with genetic susceptibility and environmental exposures, obesity is emerging as a risk factor for asthma. Many studies have shown obesity also affects the...

Chemicals in domicile dirt might foster fat dungeon development

"This is some of the first research investigating links between exposure to chemical mixtures present in the indoor environment and metabolic health of children...

Obesity speeds adult a start of adolesence in boys

In 527 Chilean boys ages 4 to 7 years, both total body obesity and central obesity, or excess belly fat, were associated with greater...

Generic weight-loss drug might be protected and effective for long-term treatment

The drug, phentermine, is currently FDA-approved for use of up to three months. "Although diet and exercise are critical components of any weight-loss program, up...

Sleep problems during pregnancy impact glucose, might boost risk of childhood...

Published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, the study included 18 women who did not have gestational diabetes and a body mass...

Obese rodent mothers trigger heart problems in offspring

The study, from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is published March 22 in the journal AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology. The study also...
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