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Sweden: Fat cell numbers may be ‘set for life’

Swedish researchers have found that humans determine their total number of fat cells in childhood, reports New Scientist. New cells spring up and old ones perish, but their numbers change little after adolescence. 

Read more: New Scientist, 4 May 2008

Published on May 4, 2008 in International news