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A New Study Finds Obesity Linked to Microbiota in Human Gut Bacteria

A New Study Finds Obesity Linked to Microbiota in Human Gut Bacteria

Scientists have known for more than century that the human digestive system (“the gut”) harbors bacteria. For the most part, scientists assumed (since the bacteria were there all the time) that the bacteria were generally harmless but not particularly important. It’s only in the last decade or two that research began to show that not only do we carry bacteria, but also it has important roles to play in health...

New NIH Study: Diet and Exercise for Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease Not Effective?

New NIH Study: Diet and Exercise for Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease Not Effective?

People with type 2 diabetes, all 24 million of them in the United States alone, have undoubtedly heard the chapter and verse – change your diet, lose weight, and exercise more – if you want to reduce the risk of heart disease...

New Study Finds Correlation Between Low Vitamin D Levels and Breast Cancer

New Study Finds Correlation Between Low Vitamin D Levels and Breast Cancer

Like many vitamins, vitamin D is versatile. It has long been associated with bone development, but severe deficiency can result in diseases, such as rickets. Recent studies found some correlation between vitamin D levels and cardiovascular health, the development of multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis infection and now pre-menopausal breast cancer. Researchers at the San Diego School of Medicine of the University of California have found that low levels of serum (blood) vitamin D are associated with a crucial period of tumor formation for breast cancer.

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