Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, May 7th, 2007
Study 1: Research findings, "Developmental origins of obesity: a sympathoadrenal perspective," are discussed in a new report. According to a study from the United States, "Environmental exposures at crucial points in development permanently alter sympathoadrenal function in mammals. Both the sympathetic innervation of peripheral tissues and the responsiveness of sympathetic nerves and adrenal medulla to standard stimuli are susceptible to modification by exposures in early life."
"Several conditions studied in the laboratory, including environmental temperature, litter size...
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