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Food Lovers Actually Weigh Less And May Be Healthier Than Less-Adventurous Eaters: Study

Food-loving people are usually found prone to obesity and poor health, but findings of a new study has revealed that adventurous eaters have lower body mass index (BMI) and might be healthier as compared to less foodie people.  Researchers from the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University for the study surveyed just over 500 women from across the United States.  Researchers studied food habits, perceptions of novel foods, weight satisfaction, and a number of physical, psychological and lifestyle characteris

Food-loving people are usually found prone to obesity and poor health, but findings of a new study has revealed that adventurous eaters have lower body mass index (BMI) and might be healthier as compared to less foodie people.

Researchers from the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University for the study surveyed just over 500 women from across the United States.

Smilodon’s Upper Canines Grow Twice the Rate of Today’s African Lions

Smilodon’s Upper Canines Grow Twice the Rate of Today’s African Lions

Scientists using a highly-advanced X-ray imaging and an analysis of oxygen isotopes presented a rare insight into Smilodon's upper canine teeth. They told that the big cat's canine grew twice the rate of African lions.

The team for the study used highly sophisticated X-ray imaging and an analysis of oxygen isotopes in the cat's tooth enamel.

Diabetes Drug Efficiently Helps Non Diabetic Obese People to Lose Weight, Claims Research

Diabetes Drug Efficiently Helps Non Diabetic Obese People to Lose Weight, Claims Research

A new study published on July 1 in the New England Journal of Medicine claims the effectiveness of the new diabetes drug, liraglutide for assisting considerable weight loss in non diabetic people. The study was funded by Novo Nordisk, the company which manufactures liraglutide.

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