It all has to do with disabling the protein that turns white fat cells in our bodies – the fat which stores excess calories – into brown fat cells which help burn calories.
A new national study shows a dramatic increase in hospitalizations for children with high blood pressure.
Washington University research part of the film
On average, women face a 1 in 88 chance of having a child with autism.
36 percent of Jefferson County residents report a body mass index of greater than thirty, making them obese.
A new Washington University School of Medicine study finds more than half of all cancer is preventable.
A report says those stubborn love handles are hear to stay.
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Missouri ranks number 11 in the nation.