Latest FTO gene Stories
Researchers studying the connection between genetics and obesity may have to consider one more factor: when a person was born.
Researchers have discovered how a gene commonly linked to obesity—FTO—contributes to weight gain.
According to a new study published in Psychological Science, some people are genetically predisposed to have a darker perspective.
Australian researchers have demonstrated a strong association between the FTO (fat and obesity) gene and hip fracture in women.
Undergoing obesity-related genetic testing does not make people less likely to lose weight, and could even reduce some of the feelings of self-blame commonly associated with failed attempts to become fit, claims research appearing in the Journal of Genetic Counseling.
A gene mutation previously linked to obesity causes people to have elevated levels of a "hunger hormone" in their blood, causing their appetite to return shortly after eating, according to new research appearing in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
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An international research team led by Swedish scientists has used a new method to investigate obesity and overweight as a cause of cardiovascular disease.
A study sheds light on why obese middle-aged adults are more susceptible to memory loss than the non-obese.
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