Don't Feel Bad Eating Those Cookies, Blame Your DNA
Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Christine Wong
Many people have skinny friends who claim not to gain weight even if they eat unhealthily. They may not be lying. Several pieces of DNA turn out to be associated with lower body weight, suggesting a genetic basis for slimness. The findings also suggests thinness may be heritable.
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