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Obesity pill to 'replace treadmill' being developed by Harvard University
Although Harvard has merely shown proof of concept, they believe that a pill could be created to produce the same effects. In fact, a drug called tofacitinib, which triggers the molecule is already being marketed for rheumatoid arthritis, and it could ...
The obesity pill that could replace exercise by turning 'bad' fat to ...  Daily Mail
Obesity pill 'to replace treadmill' on route after scientists ...  International Business Times UK
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Larry Summers warns of epochal deflationary crisis if Fed tightens too soon
Mr Dalio said the global economy is in a similar situation to the early Reagan-era from 1980-1985 when the dollar was surging, setting off a "short squeeze" for those lenders across the world who borrowed in dollars during the boom.
Russia: Dangers of isolation
�The Eurasian Union as a platform for rebuilding Russia as a global power - that has become pure fantasy now,� says the eastern European diplomat.
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Loving foster homes repaired brain damage of Romanian orphans
A 12 year study by Harvard University and Boston Children's Hospital in the US found that the brains of the orphans stopped developing properly after they were abandoned in the Bucharest institutions.
Ebooks at night won't help you sleep tight, US study finds
Researchers from Harvard Medical School's sleep medicine department put 12 healthy young adults through a two-week experiment, in which the participants would either read a light-emitting ebook for four hours before bedtime or a printed book.
Reading from a tablet at bedtime damages your sleep, researchers say  Digital Spy UK
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Yoga is as healthy for your heart as cycling, says Harvard scientist
The analysis concluded yoga was as good as conventional physical activity in improving heart health. Researcher Myriam Hunink, of Erasmus University in the Netherlands and Harvard University in the US, said: 'Yoga may provide the same benefits in risk ...
Yoga comparable with walking, biking to improve cardiovascular risk  Medical News Today
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Glass of wine a day could protect the heart
Professor Scott Solomon, of Harvard Medical School in Boston, said: "These findings suggest drinking alcohol in moderation does not contribute to an increased risk of heart failure and may even be protective.
The Morning Ledger: GM's CFO Targets China's Luxury Car Market
Weight Watchers loses money, members. Weight Watchers International Inc. reported a loss in the holiday quarter and said members continue to leave as the weight-loss company sheds more ground to apps and other gadgets that track calories.
Can mental health services spur economic growth in Ebola-affected West Africa?
�You have to understand the human suffering that's driving the lack of development and poor social capital, lack of trust in your neighbor, lack of rebuilding,� Dr.
New Age Of Women
In 1987 at the age of 18 years she enrolled in Harvard College after receiving excellent results in her studies, it was here that she was made aware of the business side of the world and took a keen interest in the corporate business and practices ...