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Researchers detect a novel cause of acquired lipodystrophy

Researchers detect a novel cause of acquired lipodystrophy

Sensitive Analysis of Sugars with HPLC-Electrochemical Detection

Sensitive Analysis of Sugars with HPLC-Electrochemical Detection

Study of yogurt in UK supermarkets finds reduction in sugar levels

Study of yogurt in UK supermarkets finds reduction in sugar levels

Artificial sweeteners may lead to weight gain and contribute to type 2 diabetes

Artificial sweeteners may lead to weight gain and contribute to type 2 diabetes

New study examines link between sugars and cardiovascular disease

New study examines link between sugars and cardiovascular disease

Eating whole fruit could reduce blood pressure for both men and women

Eating whole fruit could reduce blood pressure for both men and women

Even diet drinks increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, finds study

Even diet drinks increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, finds study

Fighting for Change: Detecting Fraudulent Honey using NMR

Fighting for Change: Detecting Fraudulent Honey using NMR

High-fat diet with high fructose damages mitochondria in the liver, study shows

High-fat diet with high fructose damages mitochondria in the liver, study shows

Wistar researcher receives NIH Director's Award to study link between diet, alcohol use and cancer

Wistar researcher receives NIH Director's Award to study link between diet, alcohol use and cancer

Soaring obesity rates due to 70s and 80s childhood sugar intake

Soaring obesity rates due to 70s and 80s childhood sugar intake

Reducing acrylamide in fried and baked snacks

Reducing acrylamide in fried and baked snacks

New Milford Hospital’s Eating Well program offers comfort to patients and caregivers

New Milford Hospital’s Eating Well program offers comfort to patients and caregivers

AEBP1 gene may play key role in the development and severity of liver disease

AEBP1 gene may play key role in the development and severity of liver disease

Scientists develop new way to detect and switch off ticking time bomb of liver disease

Scientists develop new way to detect and switch off ticking time bomb of liver disease

Scientists examine hormonal links between diet and obesity

Scientists examine hormonal links between diet and obesity

LEC switched the method of analysis of metals in spirits to capillary electrophoresis

LEC switched the method of analysis of metals in spirits to capillary electrophoresis

Ultra-processed foods cause overeating and weight gain, NIH study finds

Ultra-processed foods cause overeating and weight gain, NIH study finds

Honey ‘as high in sugars as table sugar’

Honey ‘as high in sugars as table sugar’

Liver illness strikes Latino children like a ‘silent tsunami’

Liver illness strikes Latino children like a ‘silent tsunami’