Stress Found to Be a Major Factor in Weight Gain

A study out of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that eating a high-fat meal during or after stressful events increases your insulin levels and slows down your metabolism. This can lead to unnecessary weight gain. But the researchers found that the stress was as big of a factor in weight gain as the type of food people eat.

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Silica Has a Role in Digestive Disorders

Study finds that collagen production in the intestine is greatest when smooth muscle cells are being generated during healing. Silica is highly effective at building these smooth muscle cells.

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How the Eyes of Stroke Patients Might Make Treatment Faster and More Effective

Research are finding curious bright spots in the eyes of stroke patients’ brain images. These bright spots occur when doctors give stroke patients a chemical that helps assess damage to the brain and where the damage occurred. This could lead to better ways to assess stroke damage simply by using the eyes.

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