Published Jul 22 2012 by Topnews.in


Scientists develop technique to address global obesity epidemic

Scientists working at the University of Nottingham have found a new technique that can be used to help tackle the global obesity epidemic.

The new technique will use a thermal imaging camera to detect healthy fat in the body that is also known as brown fat. The technique based on the heat seeking technology...

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