A new study from Michigan State University has discovered why some immune cells act differently in men and women when under stress. These different responses often leave women with a disadvantage, as they are more susceptible to certain diseases.
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A recent study from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, known as the Berkeley Lab, has shown that exposure to thirdhand smoke can lead to biological effects on weight and cell development.
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Eating a high-fat diet prompts our brain’s immune cells to start consuming the connections between our neurons, according to a new study. When a person is consuming a high-fat diet and becomes obese as a result, the immune cells in… Read More