Friday, January 27, 2023


Obesity Risk: Eating Late Increases Hunger, Decreases Calories Burned

Late eating may cause decreased energy expenditure, increased appetite, and molecular changes in adipose tissue, increasing the risk of obesity.

Molecule Boosts Fat Burning

A research team at the University of Bonn has identified a key molecule named inosine that is capable of burning fat.

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Intermittent Fasting ‘No Magic Bullet for Weight Loss’

A new study challenges intermittent fasting, also known as alternate day fasting or the '5:2', as an effective way to lose weight.

Lifestyle Program Improves Fertility for Women with Obesity

Obesity related infertility in women of childbearing age can be prevented by a specialized lifestyle intervention called Fit-For-Fertility program reports.

Obesity Treatment: Drug Found Effective to Reduce Weight

Semaglutide, an injectable drug offers a nonsurgical way to treat obesity. It could help over 70 million adults in the US who struggle with weight gains.

Low-quality Diet During Pregnancy May Be Associated with Late-childhood Obesity and Excess Body Fat

Eating a low quality diet during pregnancy may be associated with an increased risk of obesity and excess body fat in children.

Obesity: An Emerging Health Crisis

One of the world's most prevalent health problems today is obesity. This growing trend...


Obesity is a chronic disease characterized by an excess of body fat, a body...

Body Mass Index (BMI) Is a Risk Factor for Developing Severity in SARS-CoV-2 Infected Patients

This meta-analysis found that severe Covid-19 patients had a higher body mass index (BMI) compared to non-severe patients. Also, obese COVID-19 infected patients are more likely to require ICU care than normal healthy patients.

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Time-Restricted Eating Reshapes Gene Expression Throughout the Body

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Scientists Find Why Long COVID-19 Patients Lose Smell

A team of researchers led by Duke University Medical Center revealed that the failure...

Common Food Colorings Can Trigger Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

According to Waliul Khan of McMaster University, long-term ingestion of the food color Allura...

New Blood Test Can Detect ‘Toxic’ Protein Years Before Alzheimer’s Symptoms Emerge, Study Shows

A groundbreaking PNAS study from the University of Washington researchers suggests that a simple...