Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease linked in genetics

According to the findings of a study [1] The risks of developing coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes has been linked in genes. The findings are important because it aids in the understanding of both diseases. The study results also identifies potential goals for the development of future drugs and targets for existing drugs …

How to lose weight

How to lose weight is a sensitive issue and the question could have more than one correct answer. Finding the correct answer for you, starts with one more question: Why do you have too much fat stored in your body? Overweight and obesity develop over time when you take in more calories than you use.[1] …

Gut Bacteria Chemical Language Breakthrough

In what scientists and scientific publications (journal Nature) describes as a breakthrough, research at the Rockefeller University‚Äôs Laboratory of Genetically Encoded Small Molecules coined a new term: “Mimicry” which is used to describe the similarities between the chemical language spoken by gut bacteria. Read about the discovery here: https://www.rockefeller.edu/news/20363-gut-bacteria-talk-human-cells-may-lead-new-treatments/