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APR 2017

Why do some people fail to respond to exercise?

Regular physical activity is considered key for the prevention of obesity and associated health conditions, but some people reap greater rewards from exercise than others. A new study may have shed light on why this is.

In a study of both mice and human subjects, researchers found that higher levels of selenoprotein P - a protein secreted by the liver - was associated with reduced exercise capacity and fewer exercise-related benefits.



APR 2017

Are you a chocaholic? Your genes could be to blame

Burgers, fries, chocolate - we know these foods are bad for our health. So why are some of us incapable of cutting them from our diets? A new study suggests that our genes may be responsible. Researchers from Spain have identified certain gene variants that influence a person's food preferences, such as a liking for chocolate and high-fat foods.

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APR 2017

More than 1 in 5 U.S. adults are infected with cancer-causing HPV, CDC report says

During a recent two-year period, almost 23 percent of U.S. adults ages 18 to 59 had a type of genital human papillomavirus (HPV) that put them at high risk of certain cancers, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report published Thursday. That percentage jumped to more than 42 percent during 2013 to 2014 if any type of genital HPV was included, the CDC found. In both groups, prevalence was higher in men than in women.

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APR 2017

Psoriasis and pregnancy: Effects, symptoms changes, and treatments

Psoriasis shouldn't affect a woman's ability to get pregnant and have a baby. However, women with this autoimmune disorder may need to change their treatment plan while pregnant or breastfeeding. While psoriasis has not been found to affect pregnancy, pregnancy may affect psoriasis. Most women experience a reduction in psoriasis symptoms during pregnancy. However, some experience no change and others experience a worsening of symptoms.

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