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Higher HMBGB1 levels associated with obesity, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease in younger black adults

Higher HMBGB1 levels associated with obesity, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease in younger black adults

Research reveals how genetic differences in body fat affect men and women's health risks

Research reveals how genetic differences in body fat affect men and women's health risks

A reality check on artificial intelligence: Are health care claims overblown?

A reality check on artificial intelligence: Are health care claims overblown?

Evidence shows ketamine is not opioid and can treat depression easily

Evidence shows ketamine is not opioid and can treat depression easily

Postmenopausal women may be healthier if more pear-shaped than apple-shaped

Postmenopausal women may be healthier if more pear-shaped than apple-shaped

Postmenopausal women who are "apple" shaped have greater risk of heart problems

Postmenopausal women who are "apple" shaped have greater risk of heart problems

How blood cells help wounds heal scar-free revealed in new study

How blood cells help wounds heal scar-free revealed in new study

Johns Hopkins researchers discover swarming behavior in fish-dwelling parasite

Johns Hopkins researchers discover swarming behavior in fish-dwelling parasite

FDA clears mobile medical app to help increase retention in recovery program for opioid use disorder

FDA clears mobile medical app to help increase retention in recovery program for opioid use disorder

Female smokers at greater risk of heart attacks, finds study

Female smokers at greater risk of heart attacks, finds study

People infer personality traits by looking at body shape

People infer personality traits by looking at body shape

Simple way to measure abdominal obesity index

Simple way to measure abdominal obesity index

Pear-shaped body is healthier than apple shape

Pear-shaped body is healthier than apple shape

Waist to hip ratio predicts heart attack risks among women

Waist to hip ratio predicts heart attack risks among women

Higher waist and hip size strongly linked to heart attack risk among women

Higher waist and hip size strongly linked to heart attack risk among women

Penn study sheds new light on immune cell identity

Penn study sheds new light on immune cell identity

Neuroscientist wins NIH grant to find whether pear- or apple-shape physique is best for our brains

Neuroscientist wins NIH grant to find whether pear- or apple-shape physique is best for our brains

BMI not valid measure of obesity in postmenopausal women, study shows

BMI not valid measure of obesity in postmenopausal women, study shows

Penn researchers provide new insights into how Notch drives growth of B-cell cancers

Penn researchers provide new insights into how Notch drives growth of B-cell cancers

FDA permits first digital therapeutic device for treatment of substance use disorders

FDA permits first digital therapeutic device for treatment of substance use disorders