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Rapid weight gain during infancy could lead to obesity in adulthood

Rapid weight gain during infancy could lead to obesity in adulthood

Study shows how long-term, weight-bearing exercises trigger bone formation in men

Study shows how long-term, weight-bearing exercises trigger bone formation in men

Endocrine Society releases new guideline to help diagnose and treat hypothalamic amenorrhea

Endocrine Society releases new guideline to help diagnose and treat hypothalamic amenorrhea

New survey reveals how people across the globe perceive, prioritize and prepare for sleep

New survey reveals how people across the globe perceive, prioritize and prepare for sleep

Researcher aims to help all infants achieve healthy weight

Researcher aims to help all infants achieve healthy weight

Study finds little clinical benefit in placing nasogastric tube for treating upper GI bleeds

Study finds little clinical benefit in placing nasogastric tube for treating upper GI bleeds

Study: Women, mostly minorities lack pre-pregnancy nutrition

Study: Women, mostly minorities lack pre-pregnancy nutrition

Fat cells take over production of uridine from liver during fasting

Fat cells take over production of uridine from liver during fasting

Dietary anti-cancer compound from broccoli may work by influence on long non-coding RNAs

Dietary anti-cancer compound from broccoli may work by influence on long non-coding RNAs

Pharmacists with expanded role in patient oversight reduce hospital readmission rates, study shows

Pharmacists with expanded role in patient oversight reduce hospital readmission rates, study shows

Study: ‘No-fat’ or ‘no-sugar’ label on packaging rarely reflect actual nutritional quality of food

Study: ‘No-fat’ or ‘no-sugar’ label on packaging rarely reflect actual nutritional quality of food

Malnutrition and obesity may reshape obstetrical difficulties experienced by women

Malnutrition and obesity may reshape obstetrical difficulties experienced by women

Regular consumption of tea lowers risk of cognitive impairment in older adults, NUS study finds

Regular consumption of tea lowers risk of cognitive impairment in older adults, NUS study finds

Scientists develop first Canadian Brain Health Food Guide to help adults preserve thinking, memory skills

Scientists develop first Canadian Brain Health Food Guide to help adults preserve thinking, memory skills

'Low-content' nutritional claims on packaged foods do not offer real information to consumers

'Low-content' nutritional claims on packaged foods do not offer real information to consumers

Study: Common drug used to prevent preterm births provides no benefit but may cause side effects

Study: Common drug used to prevent preterm births provides no benefit but may cause side effects

People who often cook at home more likely to eat healthier diet at no increase in costs

People who often cook at home more likely to eat healthier diet at no increase in costs

Researchers suggest potential new way to restore healthy intestinal function in older people

Researchers suggest potential new way to restore healthy intestinal function in older people

Healthy diets linked to better sperm quality and male fecundability

Healthy diets linked to better sperm quality and male fecundability

New approach shows promise to prevent, treat cholesterol gallstone disease

New approach shows promise to prevent, treat cholesterol gallstone disease