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Are you wondering why some people have increased the risk of diabetes and obesity? Despite eating more and intaking more calories, some people have a reduced threat of developing heart diseases, diabetes, and being overweight. Many experts believe that this difference exists because of the genetic mutations. In this article …

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Kids love their snacks! In fact, it is their favorite time of the day when they get their hands on the snacks they love to eat. Those sweet cookies, wafers, and savory chips are found in almost every household that kids love to munch whenever they get their hands on …

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Overweight and obesity are growing worldwide problem including in women in reproductive age. Maternal overweight and obesity are well-known risk factors that could affect several mental and physical effect to their babies. New study found that maternal obesity has linked shorter newborn telomere size by checking cord blood and …

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According to recent Yale group study by team of Nicola Santoro, M.D,, intestinal bacterial composition in obese children and teenagers is different from that of normal children and adolescents. The study was published September 20, 2016 in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. The percentage of childhood obesity …

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