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It was recently reported that women with low body fat, including runners and dancers as well as women with eating disorders, may be able to restore their fertility and reduce their risk of bone fractures by taking doses of the hormone leptin.
Women with extremely low body fat, including runners and dancers, as well as women with eating disorders, are prone to develop hypothalamic amenorrhea, a condition in which their menstrual periods cease, triggering such serious problems as infertility and osteoporosis.
The substance ghrelin plays an important role in various addictions, such as alcoholism and binge-eating.
The results of a new study on obesity in sheep and lambs may lend a hand in understanding obesity in humans.
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The research, published today (Tuesday March 15 2011) in The Journal of Physiology, shows a definite link between maternal and offspring obesity and is the first demonstration that this is the case in mammals which bear 'mature offspring' â€“ as humans do.
A study by researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida and Washington University School of Medicine adds a new twist to the body of evidence suggesting human obesity is due in part to genetic factors.
If you want to lose the pounds you've put on over Christmas, you may be interested in knowing that the hormones related to appetite play an important role in your likelihood of regaining weight after dieting.
Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group expert offers holiday eating tips CHICAGO, Dec.
The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, giving and spending time with family. However, for some, the holiday season is reason for stress, anxiety and dread. These negative ingredients are a recipe for disaster on any weight loss program.
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