Biotech English

заголовки анонсы
23.07.2019
22:10 ScienceDaily.comMediterranean diet during pregnancy reduces gestational diabetes and weight gain

A simple Mediterranean-style diet in pregnancy does not reduce the overall risk of adverse maternal and offspring complications, but has the potential to reduce weight gain in pregnancy and the risk of gestational diabetes, according to a clinical trial.

Скрыть анонс
21:27 News-Medical.NetMediterranean-style diet in pregnancy has potential to reduce weight gain, gestational diabetes

A simple Mediterranean-style diet in pregnancy does not reduce the overall risk of adverse maternal and offspring complications, but has the potential to reduce weight gain in pregnancy and the risk of gestational diabetes, according to a clinical trial led by Queen Mary University of London and the University of Warwick.

Скрыть анонс
21:24 ScienceDaily.comStem cell therapy furthers research for infants with hypoplastic left heart syndrome

A phase I clinical trial is the first research monitored by the Food and Drug Administration that demonstrates the potential of regenerative therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) through collecting, processing and injecting an infant's own stem cells directly into the heart at the time of surgery.

Скрыть анонс
20:41 Reuters.com HealthShort-term opioids for pain still come with side effects

(Reuters Health) - Patients who only briefly take opioid painkillers are still likely to face side effects, a new study suggests.

Скрыть анонс
19:14 Medscape.ComFecal Transplants May Hold Promise in Treating Obesity

Dr Alok Patel speaks with Dr Jessica Allegretti on what she learned from applying fecal microbiota transplantation as a treatment for obesity in otherwise healthy patients.

Скрыть анонс
15:40 News-Medical.NetPatients have higher risk of heart problems when insurance companies reject their prescriptions

Patients appear to be at higher risk of heart problems or stroke when prescriptions for the newest cholesterol-lowering drugs are rejected by insurance companies or unfilled by patients, according to new research in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, an American Heart Association journal.

Скрыть анонс
12:50 Rejuvenation ResearchRole of Senescence and Neuroprotective Effects of Telomerase in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Rejuvenation Research, Ahead of Print.

Скрыть анонс
12:50 Rejuvenation ResearchHow Could We Slow or Reverse the Human Aging Process and Extend the Healthy Life Span with Heterochronous Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Rejuvenation Research, Ahead of Print.

Скрыть анонс
10:20 News-Medical.NetInjuries leading to at least a week off of work increases suicide risk

A study co-authored by Boston University School of Public Health researchers and published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine finds that an injury serious enough to lead to at least a week off of work almost triples the combined risk of suicide and overdose death among women, and increases the risk by 50 percent among men.

Скрыть анонс
10:10 Technology.orgPancreatic cancer patient realizes her gift of longevity

While weeding in her north Seattle garden, Miggie Olsson discusses how she, as a patient, became a unicorn. She

Скрыть анонс
08:23 GizmagHarvard study finds not all vegetarian diets are equal in preventing type 2 diabetes


A large and comprehensive meta-analysis led by scientists from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is offering the most convincing evidence to date that a plant-based diet can significantly lower a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
.. Continue Reading Harvard study finds not all vegetarian diets are equal in preventing type 2 diabetes Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Diabetes Diet Harvard Veganism Vegetables

Скрыть анонс
07:32 News-Medical.NetResearchers identify genes linked to death from sepsis in mice

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body's immune response to infection spirals out of control.

Скрыть анонс
07:32 News-Medical.NetEvolutionary gene loss may explain heightened risk of cardiovascular disease in humans

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine say the loss of a single gene two to three million years ago in our ancestors may have resulted in a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease in all humans as a species, while also setting up a further risk for red meat-eating humans.

Скрыть анонс
01:07 Reuters.com HealthPlant-based diets tied to lower risk of type 2 diabetes

(Reuters Health) - People who tend to eat mostly plants may be less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, a research review suggests.

Скрыть анонс
22.07.2019
23:21 Medscape.ComEdwards Warns of Balloon Burst Risk With Sapien 3 Ultra

Reports suggest a low risk of burst balloons during implantation of the TAVR system, but it has prompted a type 1 recall in Canada.

Скрыть анонс
23:06 ScienceDaily.comAdolescents who skip breakfast may develop obesity

This study investigated behaviors associated with weight gain and cardiometabolic risk in adolescents. Missing the first meal of the day can contribute to the development of unhealthy habits and behaviors.

Скрыть анонс
22:22 GizmagPaleo diet may increase risk of heart disease


Also known as the "caveman diet," the increasingly-popular paleo diet is claimed to be good for weight loss, gut health, blood pressure control, and other factors. According to new research, however, it may also boost the risk of heart disease.
.. Continue Reading Paleo diet may increase risk of heart disease Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Diet Edith Cowan University Heart Disease Nutrition

Скрыть анонс
21:57 News-Medical.NetStudy shows geriatric risk factors associated with inability to return home after surgery

Older adults have a different physiology and unique set of needs that may make them more vulnerable to complications following a surgical procedure.

Скрыть анонс
21:33 News-Medical.NetCHLA researcher receives NIH grant to study repair and regeneration mechanisms in the gut

Chemotherapy and radiation target cancer cells but these treatments produce unwanted side effects on healthy tissue.

Скрыть анонс
20:46 News-Medical.NetMicrobial compound found in infant gut increases allergy, asthma risk

A study of newborn infants has identified a compound produced by gut bacteria that appears to predispose certain infants to allergies and asthma later in life.

Скрыть анонс
19:04 ScienceDaily.comUnderstanding the drivers of a shift to sustainable diets

One of the 21st century's greatest challenges is to develop diets that are both sustainable for the planet and good for our bodies. A new study explored the major drivers of widespread shifts to sustainable diets using a newly developed computational model of population-wide behavioral dynamics.

Скрыть анонс
18:42 ScienceDaily.comHeart disease biomarker linked to paleo diet

People who follow the paleo diet have twice the amount of a key blood biomarker linked closely to heart disease, the world's first major study examining the impact of the diet on gut bacteria has found.

Скрыть анонс
18:02 Phys.orgUnderstanding the drivers of a shift to sustainable diets

One of the 21st century's greatest challenges is to develop diets that are both sustainable for the planet and good for our bodies. An IIASA-led study explored the major drivers of widespread shifts to sustainable diets using a newly developed computational model of population-wide behavioral dynamics.

Скрыть анонс
16:13 News-Medical.NetExperts assess health risk for users of urban agriculture

Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid are developing a tool to estimate the health effects of urban agriculture.

Скрыть анонс
15:27 FierceBiotech.comBarron exhorts GSK scientists to take 'smart risks'

Hal Barron has detailed efforts to embolden GlaxoSmithKline scientists to take “smart risks” when developing drugs. The culture change is part of an effort to stop the fear of failure from pushing GSK researchers to make conservative decisions. 

Скрыть анонс
13:50 Google news HealthReversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet And Exercise Takes Community Support : Shots - Health News - NPR

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet And Exercise Takes Community Support : Shots - Health News  NPR Patients with Type 2 diabetes are often steered toward medicine or insulin to control blood sugar. But it's also possible, with more support than patients often get, ...

Скрыть анонс
13:50 Google news Sci/TechReversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet And Exercise Takes Community Support : Shots - Health News - NPR

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet And Exercise Takes Community Support : Shots - Health News  NPR Patients with Type 2 diabetes are often steered toward medicine or insulin to control blood sugar. But it's also possible, with more support than patients often get, ...

Скрыть анонс
10:36 Technology.orgModern maker trend could spur aging brains

Frustrated that her sweater got lost in the community laundry, 92-year-old Gigi took advantage of an embroidery machine

Скрыть анонс
09:23 News-Medical.NetResearchers investigate link between female coloration and attractiveness

Many human cultures associate the color red with sexuality and fertility. Among nonhuman primates too, red skin coloration is thought to contribute to sexual attractiveness

Скрыть анонс
09:23 News-Medical.NetADHD in athletes may be linked to longer recovery time from concussions

For college athletes, having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be linked to increased symptoms, and longer recovery time from concussions, according to a preliminary study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology Sports Concussion Conference in Indianapolis July 26-28.

Скрыть анонс
07:25 News-Medical.NetAging nerve cells fail to take out the intracellular "trash"

Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, have found that with age the neurons or nerve cells fail to perform an activity that they could when they were younger. The team explains that normal cells take out protein and other “trash” or “garbage” through a process of autophagy. This rids the cell of the dysfunctional proteins and aggregates of unused proteins.

Скрыть анонс
07:12 News-Medical.NetRandom blood sugar tests could help predict risk of future diabetes

A study that looked at Veterans Affairs treatment data has revealed that a random blood glucose test might be all that is necessary to predict which of the patients would go on to develop diabetes in the future over the next five years.

Скрыть анонс
02:44 News-Medical.NetAcute air pollution exposure may increase risk for NICU admissions

Infants born to women exposed to high levels of air pollution in the week before delivery are more likely to be admitted to a newborn intensive care unit (NICU), suggests an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health.

Скрыть анонс
02:33 News-Medical.NetStudy shows link between 2016 election and increase in preterm births among U.S. Latinas

A significant jump in preterm births to Latina mothers living in the U.S. occurred in the nine months following the November 8, 2016 election of President Donald Trump, according to a study led by a researcher at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Скрыть анонс
02:00 News-Medical.NetNew book explains about the molecular mechanisms implicated in skeletal muscle aging

Sarcopenia, the progressive loss of muscle mass and associated muscle weakness during aging, affects the functional capacity and general health in adult people radically and renders frail elders susceptible to serious injury from sudden falls and fractures.

Скрыть анонс
21.07.2019
20:52 Google news HealthWhat’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening? - The Washington Post

What’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening?  The Washington Post Some people are morning exercisers. For them, an early run or swim is as much a part of their wake-up ritual as that first cup of coffee. Others can't abide the ...

Скрыть анонс
20:52 Google news Sci/TechWhat’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening? - The Washington Post

What’s the best time of day to exercise, morning or evening?  The Washington Post Some people are morning exercisers. For them, an early run or swim is as much a part of their wake-up ritual as that first cup of coffee. Others can't abide the ...

Скрыть анонс
20:27 News-Medical.NetHearing loss linked to mental, physical, and social illnesses in older people

Hearing loss is the world's fourth-leading cause of years lived with disability. The condition may worsen an array of mental, physical, and social complications. As over 90% of hearing loss is age-related, its burden is notably growing amid aging populations.

Скрыть анонс
20:04 WhatReallyHappened.comThe Story of Henrietta Lacks and Her 'Immortal' Cells

She was a tobacco farmer hailing from southern Virginia who acquired cervical cancer when she was 30 years old. Her doctor at Johns Hopkins took a sample of her tumor without her consent and sent it to their scientists who had been attempting to grow tissues in culture for many years without success. No one understands why, but her cells did not die.

Скрыть анонс
20.07.2019
21:13 NewYork TimesFaceApp and the Savage Shock of Aging

In the mirror is someone we never thought we’d become.

Скрыть анонс
01:10 Reuters.com HealthCDC links two deaths to multi-state salmonella outbreak

Two people have died following a multi-state outbreak of salmonella infections linked to backyard poultry, U.S. health officials said on Friday.

Скрыть анонс
01:09 Medscape.ComMedicare Shared Savings Program Stays Stable Despite More Risk

Providers are more willing to take on financial risk than some expected, CMS chief says, but critics of the program are still expressing concerns.

Скрыть анонс
00:48 Reuters.com HealthU.S. CDC links two deaths to multi-state salmonella outbreak

Two people have died following a multi-state outbreak of salmonella infections linked to backyard poultry, U.S. health officials said on Friday.

Скрыть анонс
19.07.2019
22:49 Medscape.ComAI Predicts Long-term Death Risk From Single Chest X-ray

Using a single diagnostic image, a new artificial intelligence algorithm predicts 12-year mortality, new data suggested.

Скрыть анонс
21:37 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What to know about the side effects of Elavil

Elavil is a discontinued brand of the generic drug amitriptyline. Doctors may prescribe amitriptyline to treat depression and other conditions. Learn about the side effects here.

Скрыть анонс
21:22 ScienceDaily.comAstronauts less likely to faint on Earth if they exercise in space; findings may help others with fainting issues

Up to two hours of endurance and resistance exercises daily during a long space flight mission, combined with IV fluid replacement after landing, helps astronauts prevent dizziness and fainting during normal activity when they return to Earth. The study findings also have implications for a variety of people with health conditions that cause them to faint when standing up, and people on bed rest for long periods.

Скрыть анонс
19:40 WhatReallyHappened.comMore “Healthy” Food Recalled: Multiple Brands of Hummus and Fresh Vegetables

Скрыть анонс
19:38 Medscape.ComFrequent Sleeping Pill Use Linked to Increased Dementia Risk

Adults who reported taking sleep meds 5 or more nights per month had a 43% greater risk of developing dementia over 15 years vs their peers who rarely took sleeping pills.

Скрыть анонс
19:38 NewYork TimesHow to Care for an Aging Pet

Older dogs and cats require a little extra love and care, whether they’re new to your home or they’ve been with you for years. Here’s what you need to know.

Скрыть анонс
19:15 Medscape.ComMore Evidence Links Maternal Migraine to Infant Colic

Mothers, but not fathers, with migraine are significantly more likely to have a baby with colic, new research suggests.

Скрыть анонс
18:08 FierceBiotech.comNASH-linked gene discovery could inspire new drugs to treat liver damage

A TGen-led research team found that increased activity of the gene AEBP1 drives severe liver fibrosis in patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). They believe the finding will inspire new treatments to prevent liver damage in those patients.

Скрыть анонс
16:33 News-Medical.NetCesarean section carries independent risk in multiple births, shows study

The authors assert that cesarean section carries an independent risk in multiple births. They defend the benefits of vaginal delivery and promote the use of cesarean section as an option

Скрыть анонс
16:22 News-Medical.NetHearing loss in older people linked to outdoor activity restriction, anxiety, memory loss

Hearing loss is the world's fourth-leading cause of years lived with disability. The condition may worsen an array of mental, physical, and social complications.

Скрыть анонс
15:59 Google news HealthExercise in space keeps astronauts from fainting when they return to Earth, study says - CNN

Exercise in space keeps astronauts from fainting when they return to Earth, study says  CNN The lack of gravity astronauts encounter during spaceflight makes returning to the force of Earth's gravity a little disorienting. And when they return to Earth, they ...

Скрыть анонс
15:59 Google news Sci/TechExercise in space keeps astronauts from fainting when they return to Earth, study says - CNN

Exercise in space keeps astronauts from fainting when they return to Earth, study says  CNN The lack of gravity astronauts encounter during spaceflight makes returning to the force of Earth's gravity a little disorienting. And when they return to Earth, they ...

Скрыть анонс
15:35 Phys.orgAstronauts less likely to faint on Earth if they exercise in space

Nearly 50 years after man's first steps on the moon, researchers have discovered a way that may help astronauts spending prolonged time in space come back to Earth on more stable footing, according to new research in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation.

Скрыть анонс
14:49 News-Medical.NetDefective potassium channels linked only with headaches, not body pain

Defective potassium channels involved in pain detection can increase the chance of developing a headache and could be implicated in migraines, according to research in mice published in eNeuro.

Скрыть анонс
13:15 Technology.orgViewpoint: Should obesity be recognised as a disease?

“Excess accumulation of body fat (obesity) develops because of abnormal biological regulation of energy balance, has multiple complications,

Скрыть анонс
12:51 Google news HealthCan we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise? - Arutz Sheva

Can we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise?  Arutz Sheva'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News  NPRView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
12:51 Google news Sci/TechCan we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise? - Arutz Sheva

Can we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise?  Arutz Sheva'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News  NPRView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
11:49 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Bison burgers linked to E. coli outbreak

The CDC have linked a recent E. coli outbreak to infected bison meat that has affected 21 people. The manufacturers have recalled the offending products.

Скрыть анонс
10:34 Google news Health'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News - NPR

'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News  NPRCan we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise?  Arutz ShevaView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
10:34 Google news Sci/Tech'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News - NPR

'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News  NPRCan we beat Alzheimer's with aerobic exercise?  Arutz ShevaView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
09:58 News-Medical.NetGroup of genes linked to longer lifespan in fruit flies discovered

Alexey Moskalev, Ph.D., Head of the Laboratory of Geroprotective and Radioprotective technologies, and co-authors from the Institute of biology of Komi Science Center of RAS, the Engelgard's Institute of molecular biology of RAS and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology published a scientific article titled "Transcriptome Analysis of Long-lived Drosophila melanogaster E(z) Mutants Sheds Light on the Molecular Mechanisms of Longevity" in Nature Scientific Reports - the leading international multidisciplinary weekly journal.

Скрыть анонс
07:23 News-Medical.NetInitiating dialysis at higher level of kidney function linked to lower patient survival

A recent analysis of U.S. data over 2 decades indicates that children with kidney failure are being started on dialysis at higher levels of kidney function. Initiating dialysis at a higher level of kidney function was linked to lower patient survival, however.

Скрыть анонс
01:45 Telegraph.co.ukProtecting women’s rights is linked to a healthier population, research finds

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

Скрыть анонс
00:40 Reuters.com HealthNight shifts, long hours linked to miscarriages and preterm births

(Reuters Health) - Pregnant women who work nights or long hours may be more likely to have a miscarriage or preterm delivery than mothers with day jobs, a research review suggests.

Скрыть анонс
00:15 Medscape.ComMany Hospitals Not Meeting Standards for High-Risk Surgeries: Survey

Most hospitals don't perform enough surgeries to meet minimum safety standards. Three out of four also don't have systems in place to monitor whether each surgery is necessary, says watchdog group.

Скрыть анонс
18.07.2019
23:16 News-Medical.NetTestosterone replacement therapy associated with increased risk of stroke, heart attack

Aging men with low testosterone levels who take testosterone replacement therapy are at a slightly greater risk of experiencing an ischemic stroke, transient ischemic attack, or myocardial infarction, especially during the first two years of use, reports a study appearing in The American Journal of Medicine, published by Elsevier.

Скрыть анонс
22:38 News-Medical.NetStudy shows link between gut microbiome health and successful joint replacement

Having healthy gut flora - the trillions of bacteria housed in our intestines - could lower the risk of infection following knee and hip replacement surgeries, while an unhealthy intestinal flora may increase the risk of infection.

Скрыть анонс
22:13 News-Medical.NetEstrogen is essential to maintain muscle stem cell health, research shows

New University of Minnesota Medical School research is the first to show that estrogen is essential to maintaining muscle stem cell health.

Скрыть анонс
21:49 News-Medical.NetResearchers identify brain somatic mutations linked to Alzheimer's disease

Researchers have identified somatic mutations in the brain that could contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease. Their findings were published in the journal Nature Communications last week.

Скрыть анонс
20:48 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Higher iron levels may protect arteries but raise clot risk

A new study links naturally higher iron levels to a reduced risk of clogged arteries but a raised risk of clots related to the slowing of blood flow.

Скрыть анонс
20:30 ScienceDaily.comShould obesity be recognized as a disease?

With obesity now affecting almost a third (29%) of the population in England, and expected to rise to 35% by 2030, should we now recognize it as a disease? Experts debate the issue.

Скрыть анонс
18:35 Medscape.ComHeavy Alcohol Use May Triple Dementia Risk

Female military veterans with alcohol use disorder were three times more likely to develop dementia compared to their counterparts who did not engage in heavy alcohol use.

Скрыть анонс
16:24 News-Medical.NetNew research links “broken heart syndrome” to cancer

Researchers have discovered a new link between broken-heart syndrome, or takotsubo syndrome, and the second leading cause of death in the world: cancer.

Скрыть анонс
14:59 News-Medical.NetNew technique reduces postoperative deficit of oxygen in the blood in patients with morbid obesity

This is a randomized controlled trial with the aim of decreasing the prevalence of postoperative hypoxemia (deficiency of blood oxygenation) with the early application of oxygen therapy.

Скрыть анонс
14:47 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Scientists discover pathway to skin regeneration

A new study in human volunteers and mice identifies which danger signaling molecules lie at the heart of skin rejuvenation pathways.

Скрыть анонс
14:00 News-Medical.NetResearchers explain why fascioliasis patients have increased risk for neurological diseases

Fascioliasis is a parasitic disease caused by two species that are present in the liver: Hepatic Fasciola, which is present worldwide, and Fasciola gigantica, which is in Asia and Africa.

Скрыть анонс
13:12 NewYork TimesFewer Inspections for Aging Nuclear Plants, Regulators Propose

The proposal would significantly weaken or reduce the number and rigor of its safety inspections at the nation's 59 nuclear plants.

Скрыть анонс
12:26 NYT HealthArthritis Is Tied to Heart Disease Risk

Men and women with osteoarthritis of the hips or knees were at higher risk of dying from heart disease or heart failure.

Скрыть анонс
12:14 NewYork TimesCutting 300 Calories a Day Shows Health Benefits

Calorie restriction led to weight loss, lower cholesterol and less inflammation. Whether it extends life span and wards off disease long-term remains unproven.

Скрыть анонс
12:12 International Herald TribuneCutting 300 Calories a Day Shows Health Benefits

Calorie restriction led to weight loss, lower cholesterol and less inflammation. Whether it extends life span and wards off disease long-term remains unproven.

Скрыть анонс
11:51 Technology.orgCan We Separate Living Longer From Living Healthier?

Aging research indicates that better healthspan—the quality of life as we age—may be more important than lifespan. In

Скрыть анонс
09:22 News-Medical.NetAdolescents using multiple sources for prescription drugs at high risk for substance use disorders

Roughly 11% of high school seniors reported prescription drug misuse during the past year, and of those, 44% used multiple supply sources, according to a pair of University of Michigan studies.

Скрыть анонс
09:12 Phys.orgTiming of spay, neuter tied to higher risk of obesity and orthopedic injuries in dogs

Spaying or neutering large-breed dogs can put them at a higher risk for obesity and, if done when the dog is young, nontraumatic orthopedic injuries, reports a new study based on data from the Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. The spay/neuter study was published today in the journal PLOS ONE.

Скрыть анонс
08:58 News-Medical.NetPotential benefits and risks of using e-cigarettes

While cigarette use for high school students is at an all-time low (8%), 21% of students in the United States report using e-cigarettes in the past month, which is the highest level to date.

Скрыть анонс
08:10 BBC HealthSkin cancer risk 'not just from holiday sun'

Cancer Research warns people in the UK to protect their skin at home and not only when they are away.

Скрыть анонс
06:06 GizmagAncient anti-starvation mechanism may be driving modern obesity epidemic


A few years ago scientists examined the metabolic activity of several contestants taking part in The Biggest Loser, a weight loss competition TV show. The research revealed a kind of metabolic adaptation occurred as the subjects rapidly lost weight. Measuring the resting metabolic rate (RMR) it was discovered that by the end of the competition the rapid weight loss has also slowed down each individual's metabolism.
.. Continue Reading Ancient anti-starvation mechanism may be driving modern obesity epidemic Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Diet Evolution Fat cells Obesity Weight Loss

Скрыть анонс
05:55 Google news HealthTua Tagovailoa says he's healthier than ever - TideSports.com

Tua Tagovailoa says he's healthier than ever  TideSports.comBama LB -- Tide's best still better than Clemson's  ESPNCoach Who Once Ditched Job During Season Frets About College Football Player Transfers  DeadspinTua -- Learned many lessons from loss to Clemson  ESPNJerry Jeudy talks improvement going into 2019 season  Rivals.comView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
05:55 Google news Sci/TechTua Tagovailoa says he's healthier than ever - TideSports.com

Tua Tagovailoa says he's healthier than ever  TideSports.comBama LB -- Tide's best still better than Clemson's  ESPNCoach Who Once Ditched Job During Season Frets About College Football Player Transfers  DeadspinTua -- Learned many lessons from loss to Clemson  ESPNJerry Jeudy talks improvement going into 2019 season  Rivals.comView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
01:15 NYT ScienceFewer Inspections for Aging Nuclear Plants, Regulators Propose

The proposal would significantly weaken or reduce the number and rigor of its safety inspections at the nation's 59 nuclear plants.

Скрыть анонс
17.07.2019
22:09 Reuters.com HealthMaintaining or starting exercise in middle age tied to longer life

(Reuters Health) - Even if they were inactive during their younger years, middle aged and older adults who get at least the minimum recommended amount of exercise each week may live longer than their sedentary counterparts, suggests a large UK study.

Скрыть анонс
20:58 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Ancient survival mechanism may contribute to obesity epidemic

Like starvation, overeating stresses cells and causes a similar slowdown in the release of energy from fat storage, a new mouse study suggests.

Скрыть анонс
18:57 News-Medical.NetA single measurement may help predict risk for knee instability

Knee injuries can be a scourge to collegiate and pro athletes alike, but Penn State researchers say a single measurement taken by a clinician may help predict whether a person is at risk for knee instability.

Скрыть анонс
17:25 Medscape.ComNo Fracture Risk for New Diabetes Drugs in Real-World Study

Link between SGLT2 inhibitors for type 2 diabetes and fractures has been controversial. Canagliflozin has an FDA warning about the risk, but some studies have found no link.

Скрыть анонс
16:40 Google news HealthUS-South Korea Military Exercises Put a Wrench in North Korea Talks - Wall Street Journal

US-South Korea Military Exercises Put a Wrench in North Korea Talks  Wall Street JournalHow did Kim Jong Un get his Mercedes-Benzes? New report traces origin of North Korea's luxury rides  CNNNorth Korea says US is planning 'surprise' invasion with South Korea  Business InsiderHow North Korea’s Leader Gets His Luxury Cars  The New York TimesHere's How North Korea Gets Luxury Goods Despite Sanctions  TIMEView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
16:40 Google news Sci/TechUS-South Korea Military Exercises Put a Wrench in North Korea Talks - Wall Street Journal

US-South Korea Military Exercises Put a Wrench in North Korea Talks  Wall Street JournalHow did Kim Jong Un get his Mercedes-Benzes? New report traces origin of North Korea's luxury rides  CNNNorth Korea says US is planning 'surprise' invasion with South Korea  Business InsiderHow North Korea’s Leader Gets His Luxury Cars  The New York TimesHere's How North Korea Gets Luxury Goods Despite Sanctions  TIMEView full coverage on Google News

Скрыть анонс
16:11 ScienceDaily.comLiving longer or healthier? Genetic discovery in worms suggests they can be separated

Gene identified in worms controls how resources are allocated for stress resilience, longevity and fertility.

Скрыть анонс
15:30 FierceBiotech.comReversing the risk of sudden cardiac death with gene therapy

Researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital have created a gene therapy technique that they say might work not just in an inherited form of heart arrhythmia, but also in more common cardiac diseases marked by an irregular heartbeat.

Скрыть анонс
Первая← Предыдущая12345678910Предыдущая →Последняя