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How to increase your metabolism
Many factors influence the speed of a person’s metabolism, including their muscle mass, activity level, and genetics. There are several ways to boost metabolism, including eating at regular times, trying high-intensity interval training, and reducing stress. Here, learn about these and other strategies.
Drugs could one day treat nearsightedness, reveals gene study
The molecular pathways involved in the development of near- and farsightedness are different, according to an animal study of gene changes in the retina.
Newly discovered molecule could treat heart failure
New research has discovered a molecule that plays a key role in supporting heart function. This finding may lead to better therapy for heart failure.
Why depression, trauma can make you age faster
New research finds that the DNA of people with major depression is biologically older than that of people who do not have the condition.
'Winter blues' study finds key to depression resilience
A new study examines the brains of people with seasonal affective disorder to examine why some people do not develop depression despite being at risk.
Tourette's syndrome: 400 genetic mutations found
New research sheds light on the possible genetic causes of Tourette's syndrome and the brain development disruptions that characterize the condition.
Could we use gene mutations to treat diabetes and heart disease?
A gene study of 300,000 veterans yields three cholesterol-controlling mutations that could help develop new drugs for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Manipulating features of cells 'could help to slow cancer'
A new study focusing on nuclear pores finds that manipulating certain cell features could help to stop cancer cells from thriving.
Genetics may determine severe alcohol withdrawal
The sudden cessation of drinking in people with harmful drinking habits leads to withdrawal symptoms. But how do genes influence symptom severity?
Your height may predict your risk of varicose veins
A study led by Stanford University scientists examines the genes of nearly 500,000 participants and suggests that height may be a cause of varicose veins.
A new blood test may detect sleep deprivation
Sleeplessness can lead to a number of negative outcomes, from lost work to car crashes, but a new blood test may now be able to measure sleep deprivation.
Type 2 diabetes: Five genetic 'clusters' may explain evolution
Researchers have identified five clusters of genetic variants that may explain the different evolution of type 2 diabetes in different individuals.
What are the early signs of MS?
The early signs and symptoms of MS can vary widely, and some can be significantly challenging or debilitating. Here, learn more about the early symptoms of MS, such as vision problems and numbness, and when to consult a doctor.
How a protein works with gut bacteria to prevent obesity
Learning more about the inflammatory mechanisms that promote obesity can help us find new treatments for this metabolic condition, new research shows.
High blood pressure breakthrough: Over 500 genes uncovered
The world's largest genetic study of hypertension finds that the number of genetic loci involved is three times larger than previously thought.
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