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A study in JAMA has identified the gene that may be responsible for heart disease specifically in diabetic patients. Scientists compared the genomes of diabetic individuals and non-diabetic individuals and found, “A variant on chromosome 1q25...
The Huffington Post reports on a study in Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism that has identified a gene that may serve as the link between obesity and the likelihood of develop diabetes, heart disease, and other obesity-related diseases....
A new study in Immunity has shown that gender differences in autoimmune diseases may be due to microbiota interaction with the differing hormones in males and females. Scientists showed that female mice were 1.1-4.3 times more likely to develop type 1...