Researchers find hormonal link between diet and obesity

In a new study researchers have found that low levels of a circulating hormone called adropin predict increased weight gain and metabolic dysregulation during consumption of a high-sugar diet in a nonhuman primate model. According to the study published in the ‘Journal of Biological Chemistry,’ these findings will help set the stage to develop new

The Ordinary to Launch at Ulta Beauty

Deciem's best-known brand, The Ordinary, is gearing up to launch at Ulta Beauty. The Ordinary is launching 26 stockkeeping units, including AHA 30% BHA 2% Peeling Solution, $7.20; Squalane Cleanser, $7.90, and 100% Cold-Pressed Virgin Marula Oil, $9.90, online with Ulta on July 1. The products will hit 400 Ulta doors Aug. 5, according to

California bill to tighten vaccine exemptions moves forward

A bill that would tighten control over vaccination exemptions for children in California was sent by state senators to the Assembly on Wednesday. Under the measure, state public health officials, not local doctors, would have the authority to decide which children qualify for medical vaccination exemptions before attending school, the Associated Press reported. The change

Woman has eczema after an allergic reaction to her DENTURES

Woman, 54, develops eczema on her hands and feet after suffering an allergic reaction to the nickel inside her dentures Unnamed woman had previously reacted to metallic jewellery Metal-allergy expert made the connection after a dermatologist missed it Symptoms resolved when nickel implants were replaced with titanium ones  A 54-year-old developed eczema on her hands and

Brazil sues tobacco companies to recover public health costs

Brazil’s Attorney General’s Office is suing multinational tobacco companies to recover costs by the public health care system in treating smoking-related illnesses. The suit, filed against British American Tobacco and Philip Morris International on Tuesday, seeks to recover costs spent treating 26 diseases with scientifically proven links to tobacco usage in the last five years.

Two children born after Transplantation of uterus

It is a Premiere in Germany: Two women who had been born without a uterus, brought to a successful Transplantation and now his own children to the world. The babies had been delivered in March and may 2019 by caesarean section, was announced by the University hospital of Tübingen. “I’ve seen a lot of births,

Samantha Armytage Reveals How She Lost 10kgs In 4 Months

Sunrise host Samantha Armytage has revealed she’s lost 10 kilograms over the last four months and is feeling stronger and healthier than ever before. The 42-year-old is the new WW ambassador and credits the program with not only helping her reach a weight loss goal, but prioritise her health too. Something that’s been on the back

Massive sequencing study links rare DNA alterations to type 2 diabetes: Scientists identify new genetic targets for disease research and potentially drug development

An international consortium of scientists has analyzed protein-coding genes from nearly 46,000 people, linking rare DNA alterations to type 2 diabetes. The study, one of the largest known of its type, includes data from people of European, African American, Hispanic/Latino, East Asian, and South Asian ancestries. From this large cohort — roughly 21,000 individuals with

The Most Epic Summer Water Toys

Finally: School is out for summer! But now what? Well, kids may want to hit the snooze button a few extra times each morning. And/or, you know, they might want to just stay glued to their iPad for hours on end (no surprise there). But it’s up to parents to remind those little lazybones that