Posts Tagged ‘obesity pathophysiology’

Messing with Your Mind – in Your Gut

May 4, 2024 — Every day is a day to learn something new. So yesterday we learned that our gut has a mind of its own – the enteric nervous system. Randy Seeley presented his work on this at the Columbia Cornell Obesity Medicine course. It seems that much of the progress in obesity treatment over the last few […]

Natural Killer Cells in Obesity and Its Treatment

May 11, 2023 — The natural killers of our immune system – lymphocytes known as natural killer cells – increasingly seem to have a role in the pathophysiology of obesity and in the response to its treatment. Just this week, researchers from Ireland published a study showing that semaglutide for obesity may restore more normal function of these cells. […]