How can some people exercise, eat right and still struggle to maintain a healthy weight? The answer, researchers say, may lie within our genes. Dr. Susanne Clee investigates the relationship between our genes and body weight. Also in this issue: cardiologist Dr. Jay Udell explains what you can do to protect yourself from a family history of heart disease.
When it comes to maintaining a healthy weight, exercise and eating right donâ€™t work the same for everyone. New genetic research led by Dr. Susanne Clee could explain why and change how we understand and treat obesity. GET THE DETAILS >
Family history can double your risk of heart disease and stroke. But you can do something about it. Start now by taking our free Risk Assessment to identify your risks and learn how you can add healthy years to your life. LEARN YOUR RISKS >
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