Meet Gerty Cori, the Nobel-winning biochemist who uncovered how the body stores and consumes sugars

Cori's work determined glycogen storage "disease" had several subtypes, each with a unique molecular cause

Why does COVID-19 often cause brain fog?

Low oxygen supplies in the brain make it difficult to think and carry out every day activities

A woman laying on a couch holding her stomach

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Microbes in your gut might be impairing your memory

Gut microbes send different signals to the brain in people with obesity

Have you ever wondered why it's harder to maintain your weight as you get older?

New research shows that as you age, the rate at which lipids are removed from your fat tissue decreases

"You are when you eat" may be just as true as "you are what you eat"

Time-restricted feeding keeps mice healthy, even when their circadian rhythms are disrupted

This is how the light from your phone breaks your internal clock

It's not just sleep: circadian rhythms influence your metabolism, circulation and psychology, too

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It's easy to overlook where our meat comes from

Inside the long, invisible supply chains transporting meat from slaughter to supermarket

Beetles exploit bacteria labor to grow their exoskeletons

New research has revealed a "symbiotic organ" in weevils, showing how tiny organisms shape larger life