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Hormones and Metabolism (INACTIVE)

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  • Diet drug Qnexa: Don't get too carried away by new study

    The diet drug Qnexa helps obese people with weight-related medical conditions to lose more weight than those who take a dummy pill and could allow some to scale back on medications for diabetes, high blood pressure or cholesterol, according to a new study...
  • Laker Girl profile: Angel's mother encouraged her to become a Laker Girl

     
    Laker Girl name: Angel Hometown: Deltona, Fla. Area of residence: Hollywood College/high school: I went to Deltona High School in Florida and graduated in 2005. I continued my schooling for my passion in the fine arts in New York City at the American...
  • Scrubbing away winter with the right exfoliator

     
    Coachella’s right around the corner, you’ve probably been doing some sandal shopping, perhaps perusing swimwear and planning your beach days -– summer or at least the feeling of summer is here. And one way to start getting into the warm....
  • A rundown of the Barry Bonds trial

     
    Barry Bonds, former San Francisco Giant, is in the midst of a federal trial that began several weeks ago in the Bay City. He has been accused of lying to a grand jury in 2003 when he testified he had......
  • Food safety: Should canned foods come with a warning label?

     
    Although smokers may not like reading the warning labels on cigarettes, at least they know that they're consuming a product that comes with health risks. Should consumers of canned goods also get the benefit of a warning label? Most might......
  • Stress hormones for phobias? An idea so crazy, it just might work!

    The hormone that triggers a pounding heart, clammy hands and a sense of impending danger is not the first thing you might think of to help a person overcome his deepest fears. But a study published Tuesday found that acrophobic subjects who took cortisol ...
  • Plumper lips without a trip to the doctor

    Plumper lips without a trip to the doctor
    Fuller, plumper lips can be achieved by numerous methods, with varying degrees of permanence, without resorting to implants or fillers. Lip-enhancing colors and glosses line the shelves of beauty stores. They're popular because, for well under $20,...
  • Barry Bonds associated with Bay Area lab where steroids were found, investigator testifies

     
    A key investigator in Barry Bonds' federal trial testified Tuesday that the government found anabolic steroids and human growth hormones during raids in 2003 on a Bay Area laboratory associated with Bonds, a storage unit and in the home of......
  • Ask a Vet: What should I do for a puppy who won't eat breakfast?

     
    Have a nonemergency question about your pet's health? Dr. Heather Oxford of L.A. veterinary hospital California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE) is here to help! In this installment of Ask a Vet, Dr. Oxford offers some tips for dealing with a puppy......
  • PASSINGS: Peter Wood

    Peter Wood, 81, a Stanford University professor of medicine whose research helped decode the effects of diet and exercise on human health, died March 3 in Palo Alto of bile duct cancer, the university announced. In a pioneering study published in 1977,...
  • Does this birth control pill make me look fat?

    Does this birth control pill make me look fat?
    Like a lot of young women, Kelsey Webb, 25, has been off and on birth control pills since she was 18. Every time she started taking them, she gained 5 to 10 pounds. "My normal weight is around 125 pounds. On the pill, I would get up to 130 or 135," says...