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Obesity & metabolic problems inherited?

Pregnant Woman's High-Fat, High-Sugar Diet May Affect Future Generations

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Zika infection reduces fertility, lowers testosterone in male mice

Human studies needed to determine if men similarly affected

Washington University School of Medicine

Award flash news: Methodius Tuuli, MD, MPH

A new NIH award to study prophylactic negative pressure wound therapy in obese women

Macones elected to National Academy of Medicine

Membership is one of highest U.S. honors in health and medicine

Washington University School of Medicine

New center announced

Scientists' collaborations will include Zika virus, preterm birth, infertility

Washington University School of Medicine

Pregnant women’s high-fat, high-sugar diets may affect future generations

Obesity can predispose offspring in multiple generations to metabolic problems

Washington University School of Medicine

Understanding how Zika works

Washington University med school’s discovery

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Mouse models of Zika in pregnancy show how fetuses become infected

Mice provide tool to test vaccines, therapeutics, understand Zika biology in pregnancy

Washington University School of Medicine

High-fructose diet during pregnancy may harm placenta, restrict fetal growth

Drug prescribed to treat gout, kidney stones may negate the sugar's ill effects

Washington University School of Medicine

Natural sugar may treat fatty liver disease

Mouse study shows the sugar trehalose triggers liver cells to clean up their excess fat