10/12/12

Posted 10/12/12

Basic Science

  • Heat Dissipation and Elephant Hair. Click Here  
  • Beyond fat grafting: What adipose tissue can teach us about the molecular mechanisms of human aging. Click Here  
  • Brown adipose tissue and the regulation of nonshivering thermogenesis. Click Here 
  • Can the beneficial effects of methionine restriction in rats be explained in part by decreased methylglyoxal generation resulting from suppressed carbohydrate metabolism? Click Here 
  • Consummatory Taste Reward in Obesity. Click Here 
  • Contribution of larval nutrition to adult reproduction in Drosophila melanogaster. Click Here 
  • In vivo imaging of lipid storage and regression in diet-induced obesity during nutrition manipulation. Click Here 
  • INSIG2 variants, dietary patterns and metabolic risk in Samoa. Click Here 
  • Mitochondria and Organismal Longevity. Click Here 
  • The gut microbiota of lean cloned and noncloned pigs during diet-induced obesity. Click here 
  • Meal frequency patterns determine the phase of mouse peripheral circadian clocks. Click Here 

Policy Related

  • Cash-strapped farmers feed candy to cows. Click Here 
  • The Sugar Wars: Science's Fierce, Geeky Debate Over Soda. Click Here 
  • Does food marketing need to make us fat? A review and solutions. Click Here 
  • How Everybody Can Win the War Against Big Food. Click Here 
  • Super-sizing the soldier: Is obesity going to pose a huge recruiting problem? Click Here 
  • Nutrition Labeling to Prevent Obesity: Reviewing the Evidence from Europe. Click Here 
  • Tax calories to end the buffet syndrome. Click Here 
  • FDA Considers Faster Approval Process for Obesity Drugs. Click Here 
  • NHANES data: Fewer American kids are drinking soda. Click Here 
  • Saving Us from Ourselves: The Government's Role in Obesity and Personal Responsibility. Click Here 

Translational, Clinical, and Behavioral

  • Animals are Telling Us We Don't Know it All When it Comes to the Causes of Obesity. Click Here 
  • Dog and cat obesity epidemic expanding. Click Here 
  • More parks don't mean more walking. Click Here 
  • The Power of Good Intentions: Perceived Benevolence Soothes Pain, Increases Pleasure, and Improves Taste. Click Here 
  • Does Money Burn Fat? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment. Click Here 
  • Bigger Plates, More Food—Or Is It the Other Way Around? Click Here 
  • The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study – the Largest Public Health Study You Never Heard Of, Part Two. Click Here 
  • A within-trial cost-effectiveness analysis of primary care referral to a commercial provider for weight loss treatment, relative to standard care-an international randomised controlled trial. Click Here 
  • Artificial sweeteners: a place in the field of functional foods? Focus on obesity and related metabolic disorders. Click Here 
  • Effect of childhood obesity on risk of pelvic bone fracture in simulated sideways fall. Click Here 
  • Effects of Differentially Sweetened Beverages on Hepatic and Adipose De Novo Lipogenesis in Healthy Young Adults. Click Here 
  • Fecal microbiota transplantation: past, present and future. Click Here 
  • Health benefits of nut consumption with special reference to body weight control. Click Here 
  • Obesity: Is weight gain after smoking cessation an important concern? Click Here 
  • HIV infection and obesity: where did all the wasting go? Click Here 
  • Long-chain n-3 PUFAs reduce adipose tissue and systemic inflammation in severely obese nondiabetic patients: a randomized controlled trial. Click Here 
  • Motivational Versus Metabolic Effects of Carbohydrates on Self-Control. Click Here 
  • Obesity, Energy Balance and Cancer: New Opportunities for Prevention. Click Here 
  • An Overview of the Complexities in Obesity: Limitations and Challenges. Click Here 
  • Obesity: lessons from evolution and the environment. Click Here 
  • The relationship of breakfast skipping and type of breakfast consumed with overweight/obesity, abdominal obesity, ther cardiometabolic risk factors and the metabolic syndrome in young adults. Click Here 
  • Vagus nerve stimulation reduces body weight and fat mass in rats. Click Here 
  • Weight loss: once it's off, the trick is keeping it off. Low-glycemic tops two other diets; and, stepped-care versus a standard behavioral approach to dieting. Click Here 
  • When Did "Fat" Become A Four Letter Word? Click Here 
  • Consumption of Diet Drinks in the United States, 2009-2010. Click Here 
  • Is Meat Male? A Quantitative Multimethod Framework to Establish Metaphoric Relationships. Click Here 
  • Dietary intake and dietary quality of low-income adults in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Click Here 
  • Differential effect of oral dehydroepiandrosterone-sulphate on metabolic syndrome features in pre- and postmenopausal obese women. Click Here 
  • Highly Penetrant Alterations of a Critical Region Including BDNF in Human Psychopathology and Obesity. Click Here 
  • Physical Inactivity Mediates the Association between the Perceived Exercising Behavior of Social Network Members and Obesity: A Cross-Sectional Study. Click Here 

General Science

  • Inappropriate Fiddling with Statistical Analyses to Obtain a Desirable P-value: Tests to Detect its Presence in Published Literature. Click Here  
  • Are Research Papers Reporting Results from Nutrigenetics Clinical Research a Potential Source of Biohype? Click Here  
  • Smell a rat? Flawed GM cancer study highlights flawed media approach. Click Here 
  • A Comprehensive Genetic Approach for Improving Prediction of Skin Cancer Risk in Humans. Click Here 
  • Researchers Wring Hands as U.S. Clamps Down on Death Record Access. Click Here 
  • When Embargoes Hamper Scientific Communication. Click Here