Adolescents overeat junk food, but lean adolescents compensate for over-consumption by consuming less later Adolescents are more likely to overeat when served fast food, but lean adolescents have a tendency to compensate for the over-consumption by eating less at other meals, which is not something their overweight counterparts are likely to carry out, according to a study in the June 16 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association . Consumption of fast food has increased quickly because the 1970s among adolescents from all socioeconomic and racial/ethnic groups over the United States, the authors offer as history information in the article. An estimated 75 % of adolescents eat fast food one or more times weekly. The increase in fast food usage parallels the escalating weight problems epidemic, raising the chance that these 2 styles are related causally, the authors suggest.There is usually significant unmet need among sufferers with PK deficiency as there is no therapy available to treat the underlying disease. AG-348 is owned by Agios wholly, with the ongoing company keeping full worldwide development and commercialization rights. Related StoriesCrucial modification in single DNA bottom predisposes children to intense type of cancerCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super natural killer cells' to destroy cancers cells in lymph nodesNew results reveal association between colorectal cancer tumor and melanoma medications ‘Today's announcement marks the initiation of our initial clinical system in IEMs and our third seeing that a company,’ said David Schenkein, M.D., chief executive officer of Agios.