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Despite that a low-fat diet introduced in the middle-age years doesn't reduce the risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke or colon cancer, one of the researchers says people still need to focus o ...


Older women who simply reduce the amount of total fat in their diet won't generally lower their risk of breast or colorectal cancer or heart disease, according to the latest findings from Women's Heal ...


A single change in a particular brain hormone can increase a person's risk of obesity, two studies, published in the Cell Metabolism, reveal. The researchers found that obese children are more likely ...


Adopting a low-fat diet in later life and following such a regimen for nearly a decade does not appear to have a significant impact on reducing the overall risk of breast cancer, colorectal cancer or ...


Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University ( OHSU ) have discovered that removing a gene involved in repairing damaged DNA causes mice to develop the metabolic syndrome. Researchers at OHSU ...


Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified a protein that triggers death in mammalian cells overloaded with saturated fat. When the researchers halted pro ...


Researchers have identified a new area of the brain that responds to the fat hormone leptin in regulating body weight and energy expenditure. They said that the region seems to be particularly import ...


Obese and overweight individuals suffering metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes showed significant health improvements after only three weeks of diet and moderate exercise even though the participan ...


Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have discovered a protein that guides the early development of creatures as diverse as fruit flies and humans also plays a role in regulating fat and bone ...


Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have shown that reducing levels of fatty acids in the hypothalamus causes rats to overeat and become obese. Their results suggest that restor ...


In a clinical trial of over 48,000 post-menopausal women, a low-fat diet that includes increased consumption of fruits, vegetables and whole grains is not associated with weight gain over an average o ...


Researchers at the University of Bonn have identified a previously unknown regulatory mechanism in the process of bone loss. Their findings could open up new approaches to the treatment of osteoporo ...


Twice-yearly subcutaneous injections of Denosumab ( 60 mg; Prolia ) increased bone mineral density ( BMD ) in the lumbar spine, total hip, distal 1/3 radius and total body compared to placebo at 24 mo ...


Researchers at University of California - San Francisco ( UCSF ) have determined that the quality of bone matrix, a key component of bone, is regulated by a molecule known as transforming growth facto ...


Two obese people follow the same low-calorie diet and do not exercise, but one loses much more weight than the other. Genetic factors may explain this phenomenon, according to José Ordovas, director ...