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Medical research

New target receptor discovered in the fight against obesity

The team of scientists from King's College London and Imperial College London tested a high-fat diet, containing a fermentable carbohydrate, and a control diet on mice and looked at the effect on food intake of those with ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

New guidelines to diagnose, manage rare endocrine disorders

International guidelines have been published for the first time to help doctors around the globe diagnose and manage patients with a very rare set of endocrine diseases known as pseudohypoparathyroidism and its related disorders, ...

Medical research

Diagnosing and treating disorders of early sex development

Diagnosing, advising on and treating disorders of early sex development represent a huge medical challenge, both for those affected and for treating physicians. In contrast to the earlier view, DSD (Difference of Sex Development) ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

The mechanisms of diabetes induced bone fragility

Recent research has shown that bone health is compromised in people with diabetes, resulting in a significantly higher risk of fragility fracture.

Medications

McGill discovery: Alzheimer's drugs make bones stronger

(Medical Xpress) -- The drugs commonly used to treat memory loss in Alzheimer’s patients can make bones stronger, according to a recent study led by Faleh Tamimi, assistant professor at McGill University's Faculty of ...

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