Childhood Obesity News rounds up the posts that deal with morbid obesity in children and adults, its causes and treatment possibilities.
What happened to Dzhambulat Khatokhov, the “world’s heaviest child” at some point? He would be 17 now, and is nowhere to be found.
Obesogenic microbiota has a far-reaching influence on glucose homeostasis in diabetes and long-term obesity in general.
When the brain and the digestive organs communicate about appetite, hormones are involved, and the gut microbiome also intervenes.
Why do we overeat? Childhood Obesity News looks at leptin and ghrelin, hormones connected with hunger and food cravings.
Childhood Obesity News keeps exploring the links between obesity, some childhood obesity “villains,” microbiomes, ghrelin, and cravings.
Childhood Obesity News has been connecting the dots between the role of the gut microbiome in obesity or the absence thereof.
Research shows a link between antibiotics, premature births, hearing loss, obesity, epigenetics, and microbiomes.
Childhood Obesity News looks at the microbiomes’ relationship to allergies and addiction, as well as the obesity-autism connection.