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Lipodomic analysis identifies new lipid biomarkers for heart disease and type 2 diabetes

Researches from Deutsches Zentrum fuer Diabetesforschung (DZD), have identified new lipid biomarkers for CVD and T2D using lipodomic analysis. The team also found that increasing unsaturated fatty acid intake reduced

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Mechanism identified showing how air pollution affects lung tissue

Researchers at Nanjing University have identified a mechanism by which air pollutants affect the structure of lung tissue and increase cancer risk. According to a research published today in eLife,

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Yale researchers uncover key regulator of weight-gain suggesting a treatment target for metabolic disorders

A Yale research team found that a protein called, augmentor-alpha, is a key regulator of body weight in mice. (Picture: Obese mice (right) and normal-sized mice (left) in a study

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New position statement emphasizes sleep is essential to health, should have a ‘prominent place’ in K-12 education

The statement highlights the significance of sleep for the health and well-being of children, adolescents, and adults. According to the statement, sleep education should be emphasized in K-12 and college

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Some blood pressure lowering medications linked to better cognitive function in older adults

Even though they had a higher risk of vascular disease, older people who used blood pressure-lowering drugs that crossed the blood-brain barrier had better memory recall for up to three

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According to a new study, 1 in 6 families spent more than $5,000 to have a baby

Even for those with private insurance, the cost of giving birth in America may come as a shock to many families. According to a recent Michigan Medicine-led research, some families