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New research challenges existing beliefs on the origins of diabetes, suggesting that overall fat tissue may be to blame, rather than the liver or pancreas.
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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.
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The higher a woman’s body mass index, the greater her risk for early-onset colorectal cancer.
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In lab animals, at least, it’s high-fat — but not super-high-fat — diets that lead to obesity.
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Doctors have known that as people pack on the pounds, their sense of taste diminishes. New research in mice helps explain what's going on: Inflammation brought on by obesity may be killing taste buds.(Image credit: Omikron Omikron/Getty Images/Science Source)
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This page contains aggregate news about obesity from several third-party sources (New York Times, National Institutes of Health, NPR, etc.). CalMWM is not responsible for the content of those sites.

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