A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that a low dietary intake of sodium could, just like a high dietary sodium intake, lead to an increased incidence of major cardiovascular events,. The publication is the result of research performed at the McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. Continue reading
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Obesity is a problem of epidemic proportions that causes many serious health related complications. This week, MedZine emphasizes two studies on different aspects of appetite, which controls dietary intake and thus is important for obesity. These studies describe changes in the tongue of obese individuals and a process that influences hormone levels that induce appetite. Continue reading