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One way that exercise helps promote weight loss is by increasing resting energy expenditure. That's how quickly you burn energy even at rest. Since resting energy expenditure accounts for 60% to 75%
Your metabolism is the process your body uses to make and burn energy from food. You rely on your metabolism to breathe, think, digest, circulate blood, keep warm in the cold, and stay cool in the hea
Advanced herbicides and treatments for infection may result from the unravelling of a 50-year-old mystery by University of Queensland researchers.
Scientists at USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences may have found the beginnings of a path toward increasing human lifespan.
Black men in the United States are known to suffer disproportionately from prostate cancer, but few studies have investigated whether genetic differences in prostate tumors could have anything to do w
While our oldest and youngest generations may seem worlds apart, a new ageing well initiative will bring them together in an innovative intergenerational education and development program that will co
Rape and sexual trauma may have long-lasting consequences for physical health as well as mental health, University of Otago researchers have found.
Improving the predictions of survival indicators in breast cancer patients through artificial intelligence and probabilistic modeling tools is the goal of ModGraProDep, an innovative system presented
Consuming protein at night increases blood sugar level in the morning for healthy people, according to new research presented this week at The Physiological Society's virtual early career conference c
Group of biomedical engineers from biotech company Gruppo Fos Lithuania together with researchers at Kaunas University of Technology and Lithuanian University of Health Sciences have patented technolo
Juan Nácher, professor at the Department of Cell Biology at the University of Valencia, has conducted research on the role of perineuronal networks in the adult brain and their incidence in psychiatr
As of May 2020, nursing home residents account for a staggering one-third of the more than 80,000 deaths due to COVID-19 in the U.S.
As the number of COVID-19 diagnostic tests have increased, it may take up to a 6 days or longer for some people to get their results.
With COVID-19 cases on the rise in more than 30 states, parents have mixed feelings about the upcoming start of school and how to keep their children and families safe.
Intense breathing problems may be the most widely reported feature of COVID-19, but new research warns that coronavirus can also take aim at the brain.
Older, critically ill COVID-19 patients who are given a combination of two common antiretroviral drugs can experience a drastic slowing of their heart rate, French researchers report.
If you have a bad hip and lower back pain, a new study suggests that hip replacement surgery may solve both issues at once.
It may be possible for the new coronavirus to be passed from infected pregnant women to their babies, Italian researchers say, but more study is needed.
A new study offers a decontamination tool that is much more accessible and affordable: a microwave.
Doctors at one Ohio hospital system have discovered yet another possible consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic: More cases of "broken heart syndrome."
The U.S. has topped 3 million cases of COVID-19 after reporting another single-day record of 60,000 new cases on Tuesday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
People 75 and older who were free of heart disease and prescribed a statin wound up with a 25% lower risk of death from any cause and a 20% lower risk of heart-related death, researchers reported July
Suboptimal intake of zinc is unfortunately very common in many segments of the population. Today we learn why this is bad news...
From goiter to hypothyroidism and a sluggish metabolic rate: the role of iodine in our diet. Is iodized salt really the solution? [Nutrition Steps 8.7]
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There is a lot of information out there about what you should eat, when you should eat, and how often you should eat. There is also the same amount of information around how to exercise, when to exer
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our body, where it plays key structural and regulatory functions. Here's what it does, how much we need of it, and where are its best food sources.
Potassium: what does it do, and why we could use some more...
What are the reasons why we are getting way too much sodium and chloride with our food, and why it is a very bad thing...
An overview of the nutritionally relevant minerals: needs, digestion, absorption, and interactions. And why mineral nutrition is a very delicate system of checks and balances.
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We can all agree that this has been a big year of truths and controversy surfacing on a global scale. We may have moments of thinking that something out there does not affect me here in the world tha
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It’s the start of a new year and the perfect time to commit to your health. It is also a good time to reflect on what works for you when it comes to achieving your health goals. There is so much in
Dr. Bruce N. Ames, of the Nutrition and Metabolism Center at CHORI discusses why inadequate vitamin and mineral intake contributes to premature aging and obesity.
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