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More Exercise Isn’t Necessarily Better For Immunity – Here’s Why

Detric Smith STACK In an age where everyone wants a fast-acting burnout routine, research shows that more exercise might not necessarily be better for immune health. The average adult is exposed to a host of potential viruses and infections daily. Each year, most adults have 2-3 respiratory infections, demonstrating that what we are currently doing …
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Increased blood sugar levels may decrease benefits of aerobic exercise

Every doctor recommends regular aerobic exercise, since greater aerobic fitness is important for achieving better overall health. But Joslin Diabetes Center scientists now have discovered that some benefits of aerobic exercise may be dampened by higher-than-normal blood sugar levels, a condition known as hyperglycemia. These diminished gains are seen in mouse models and humans with …
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Researchers outline strategy for testing ketone bodies against COVID-19

Science Daily Review highlights the role of geroscience in the fight against this and future pandemics Given the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has on older adults in terms of death and lasting disability, and the impact of common aging-related comorbidities like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, Buck Institute professor and practicing geriatrician John Newman, MD, PhD, …
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Pickled capers activate proteins important for human brain and heart health

New study reveals how a compound found in capers regulates proteins that control important bodily processes Science Daily A compound commonly found in pickled capers has been shown to activate proteins required for normal human brain and heart activity, and may even lead to future therapies for the treatment of epilepsy and abnormal heart rhythms. …