Medical News Today
Loss of 'sleep switch' brain cells may explain sleep disruption in the elderly
While scientists are aware that many older people struggle to get a good night's rest, the underlying cause of their insomnia and sleep disruption is largely unknown.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
9 PM: Find out why one teen can't stop eating
Imagine having to lock the pantry and refrigerator doors after each meal because you can't control how much you eat.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
ZAFGEN, INC. - 10-Q - Management's Discussion and Analysis of...
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Tue Aug 12, 2014
dr_erics updated We have already discussed that garcinia cambogia has ...
We have already discussed that garcinia cambogia has mood regulation effects on our brain.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Testosterone in healthy men increases their brains' response to threat
Ball-and-stick model of the testosterone molecule, C19H28O2, as found in the crystal structure of testosterone monohydrate.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Central Sirt1 regulates body weight and energy expenditure along with ...
Central Sirt1 regulates body weight and energy expenditure along with the POMC-derived peptide I -MSH and the processing enzyme CPE production in diet-induced obese male rats.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Stressed men may benefit from soy-based phosphatidylserine, say researchers
Daily supplementation with 400 mg of phosphatidylserine and 400 mg of phosphatidic acid complex may "normalise" hyper stress responses, say researchers.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The Star Online
Keep the neurons calm ... and lose weight
Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine say that preventing weight gain could be as simple as calming the activity of a nuclear receptor in a tiny area of the brain.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Neuronal 'sweet spot' may curb obesity
Summary The discovery of a simple switch in the brain may let you eat what you want and stay slim... The discovery of a simple switch in the brain may let you eat what you want and stay slim, according to a new study.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
What if jet lag was infectious?
Jet lag, also known as desynchronosis or flight fatigue, is defined as "extreme tiredness and other physical effects felt by a person after a long flight across several time zones."
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Clues to curbing obesity found in neuronal 'sweet spot'
Preventing weight gain, obesity, and ultimately diabetes could be as simple as keeping a nuclear receptor from being activated in a small part of the brain, according to a new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Health News Digest
Glucose 'control switch' in the Brain Key to Both Types of Diabetes
New Haven, Conn.- Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have pinpointed a mechanism in part of the brain that is key to sensing glucose levels in the blood, linking it to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
What is Testosterone?
Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is important for sexual and reproductive development.