Fatty foods could harm men more than women: study
Anyone who's ever watched a young male athlete chow down fast food might be surprised by the findings of a new study conducted on mice fed a high-fat diet, in which the males were more likely to develop brain inflammation and heart disease than the females.
Here's Why Our Brains Love 'Junk Food'
Obesity is linked to many health problems including high blood pressure, heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Treating Canadians who have these problems costs billions of tax health dollars.
Junk Food Diet Worse for Male Brains
Dr Deborah Clegg, who led the study while at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, was building on existing research that links brain inflammation with obesity and heart disease in male mice. "We embarked on this research because [the ...