There is scientific evidence to suggest that our genes influence our weight. Does that mean we might be able to prevent obesity by means of gene regulation? Scientists are trying to find out.
Hailed as a health hack, intermittent fasting is widely promoted as a reliable way to lose weight, lower disease risk and increase lifespan. But despite some positive study results, does it really deserve so much kudos?
After spending 340 days in space, coming back to Earth feels like having "the flu," astronaut Scott Kelly said as NASA published results of a study involving Kelly and his twin. It took months for Kelly to recover.
The majority of Parkinson's cases are in North America. In Asia, on the other hand, it's much less common. Researchers are looking for ways to control the disease and are coming up with unusual results.
Environmental changes are posing a serious threat to production and nutritional value of our crops. Not taking action could have major global implications for food security and public health, a new study outlines.
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