Waist-to-height ratio more accurate than BMI in identifying obesity, new study shows

Waist-to-height ratio more accurate than BMI in identifying obesity, new study shows Calculating a person’s waist-to-height ratio is the most accurate and efficient way of identifying whether or not they are at risk of obesity in clinical practice, a new study shows. Waist-to-height ratio more accurate than BMI in identifying obesity, new study shows Source:…

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Study could help explain link between seizures and psychiatric disorders

Study could help explain link between seizures and psychiatric disorders Scientists have identified different types of neurons in a brain region called the reticular thalamus. A better understanding of these cells could eventually help explain how both seizures and certain psychiatric disorders can occur at the same time. Study could help explain link between seizures…

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Newly discovered brain network offers clues to social cognition

Newly discovered brain network offers clues to social cognition By studying rhesus monkeys, researchers have identified a brain network dedicated to processing social interactions — a discovery that offers tantalizing clues to the origins of our ability to understand what other people are thinking. Newly discovered brain network offers clues to social cognition Source: Science…

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