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Could the Purported Muscle Exercise Hormone, Irisin, Jog Memory?

Physical activity may improve cognition, and a paper in the January 8 Nature Medicine makes the case that a peptide shed from muscles during exercise ... Knocking down FNDC5 counteracted synaptic bene... read more

Muscle 'switch' may control the benefits of exercise

Some people respond well to both aerobic exercise and strength training, while others don't. And some of us respond well to only one of those things, but not both. Scientists at Joslin Diabetes Center ... read more

Exercise before surgery may protect muscle and nerves

Exercise can protect both muscle and nerves from damage caused by the restoration of blood flow after injury or surgery, new research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine shows. UVA’s Zh... read more

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Here's How the Keto Diet Affects Your Ability to Build Muscle

The men who went keto gained just over two pounds of muscle. The control group ... If you do a lot of intense exercise, the quality of your workouts may decline. You don’t have to go full keto to get ... read more


Mind and Muscles – How to age well

It’s a CV that looks firmly in the reserve of the freakish elite, and Kona may well be off the ... The result, adds Eynon, is that exercise is setting up skeletal muscle to succeed. read more

What actually works for muscle recovery—and what doesn’t

The most painful part of a workout often comes after the exercise itself. The day after a hard run or an intense lifting session, almost everyone feels the pain associated with sore muscles ... benefi... read more

Best of Last Week – Terraforming Mars not possible, ending traffic jams and a switch that controls muscle development

A team at the Joslin Diabetes Center found that a muscle 'switch' may control the benefits of exercise, allowing or preventing muscle growth. Explore further: Muscle 'switch' may control the benefits ... read more

Long-term exercise by older adults tied to lower risk of falls

All of the smaller trials randomly assigned some participants to do a variety of exercise programmes for at least 48 weeks while others joined a comparison group that did not exercise or, more often, ... read more

The benefits of muscle for women

Additionally, lean muscle can also help control ... responds to exercise. However, different body types respond to exercise at varying degrees making it easier for some women to build muscle faster th... read more

You can reap the benefits of exercise by thinking active

“For example, if you live in an area where most of your peers are really fit, you might perceive yourself as relatively inactive, even though your exercise may be sufficient ... Subjects in the contro... read more

Get on the exercising move in 2019

These benefits include weight control, improved sleep, reduced stress, protection against cardiovascular disease, reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, reduced risk of some cancers, strengthened bones and ... read more

Muscle 'switch' may control the benefits of exercise

BOSTON - (August 2, 2018) - Some people respond well to both aerobic exercise and strength training, while others don't. And some of us respond well to only one of those things, but not both. Scientis... read more



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