By Sheel Dandekar Not convinced that those trips to the gym are making a difference? Think again. In a recent study in PloS Genetics, researchers from Lund University in Sweden found that exercising can change how the DNA in fat cells works. With the growing number of links found between genetics and [...]
September 23, 2010
SNPwatch: Jeans Too Tight? Don’t Just Blame Your Genes.
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In 2009, 27% of Americans met the clinical criteria for obesity—a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater—7 percentage points higher than a mere 9 years earlier. Even this staggering 27% estimate may be too low. A large National Health and Nutrition Examination Study (NHANES) study estimated the prevalence [...]