Take a Pill, Get a Workout?

In a breakthrough certain to thrill "couch potatoes," Australian researchers are working on a "vanity" drug that would simulate the effect of exercise. One health organization has claimed to have identified and unlocked the structure of an enzyme--a protein that kicks off chemical reactions--that turns off the synthesis of fat and cholesterol. Researchers say the enzyme, AMP-activated protein kinase, helps to regulate body weight and appetite. The enzyme, activated during exercise,...

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