Up until recently, very little has been understood about fat cell growth and maintenance. A new Yale study shines some light on the molecular mechanisms behind these processes, paving the way for future research.
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Psychiatrists often disagree on the optimal methods of treating mental illnesses, because different patients can present with the same mental illness in different ways. The best approach is likely a combination of several treatments tailored to each specific patient.
Despite what many researchers have thought, we are attracted to sugar more because of its caloric content than its sweetness, a new Yale study proposes. The study may provide new strategies to avoid excess sugar consumption as well as insight into balancing nutrition and taste in food products.
A supermassive black hole challenges the foundations of astrophysics, forcing astronomers to update the rule book of galaxy formation.
With the recent explosive levels of population growth, the human race must overcome a number of obstacles in order to survive. Researchers at Yale in a diverse array of fields have set their minds to the task of confronting the most pressing issues facing civilization.
The recent Autism Phenome Project has identified a correlation between autism and overgrowth, but the genetic connection remains unclear.
Implanting multiple embryos at once, a common practice in U.S. in vitro fertilization clinics, increases the chance of a successful pregnancy, but also risks expensive and potentially-dangerous multiple births.
Currently, technologies that can technically be classified as “flying cars” exit, but they face major regulatory and economic challenges before they reach the mainstream consumer.