York U study sheds light on differences between male and female fat tissue, and health implications

TORONTO, October 23, 2018 − New research from York University on fat tissue is providing an important clue as to how females stay healthier than males, even as their body fat increases. Published today in Frontiers in Physiology – Vascular Physiology, the research focusses on the differences between abdominal fat in obese male and female mice. A team … Continue reading York U study sheds light on differences between male and female fat tissue, and health implications