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Winning combination to build bone density in children

...he combination of high calcium intake and vigorous exercise is the key to optimal increases in bone density. Few studies have examined the interactive effects of calcium intake and activity, especially ones that differentiate between the types of activity that most positively affect bone density. But the ...

16 APS exercise research highlights, from reduced flu mortality to proteomics & obesity

...ltin, keynote speaker at the 2004 APS Intersociety exercise meeting in Austin, Texas Oct. 6-9, weaves together...pedition to Chile, and the latest in international exercise physiology. Dr. Saltin, director of the Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre, will draw on his early m...

Females may be more susceptible to overindulge 'sweet tooth' cravings than males

...urus heralding the benefits of portion control and exercise to keep obesity at bay. But with some studies ind...o succumb to the temptation to overeat? And could exercise be a less effective method of appetite suppression in women than in men? Researchers at The Florid...

K-State's National Agricultural Biosecurity Center receives $1.3 Million from Department of Defense

...ses of plants and production animals, and response exercise simulations. "We're going to be looking at the full spectrum of agrosecurity issues," Vanier said. "We will emphasize diseases identified by the government as zoonotic and/or ones particularly threatening to U.S. agriculture and its infrastructure. ...

Other highlights in the September 1 JNCI

...t and Exercise Changes in patterns of diet and exercise are needed to reverse the obesity epidemic and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. However, there is little consensus among researchers about how to determine what interventions and changes would...

Integrative biology of exercise APS Intersociety meeting October 6-9, 2004 in Austin

...Neufer. Interpreting physiological adaptations to exercise and disease states through bioinformatics, genomics and proteomics. Chair Eric Hoffman and Robert Grange. Mechanical signal transduction: response and remodeling in the musculo-skeletal system. Chair -- Brenda Russell. Altered cardiovascular contr...

Columbia, Stony Brook, Guidant to develop biological pacemaker based on gene & cell therapies

... body's needs, as is required during variations in exercise or emotion. "The opportunity to translate this important technology from basic research into human therapy fits in with our mission at Columbia University Medical Center," said Gerald D. Fischbach, M.D., executive vice president and dean of the fac...

Regular physical activity really does boost immune system in older men

...'s been shown that regular moderate cardiovascular exercise such as walking or cycling may offset some of the ... However most earlier studies tested the effect of exercise on immune function using in vitro measures of immunity, which aren't always predictive of in vivo re...

UCSD biologists develop 'super-endurance' strain of mice

...orary and come at a high price. After four days of exercise tests, the gene-doped endurance mice exhibited sig...ome damaged more easily than normal muscles during exercise and we don't know why." The discovery not only has obvious importance for physiologists and others w...

Synthesized molecules studied as weapon to stop cell division in cancer cells

...ndergraduate degree in human nutrition, foods, and exercise from Virginia Tech and enrolled in the School of Pharmacy at the Medical College of Virginia. She did the ovarian cell based assays for the Etzkorn group research. Mason. who made the protein substrates, is now starting the M.D. program at SUNY Upsta...

Engineering endurance: The future of the Olympics?

...eletal muscle. Normal and mutant mice went through exercise routines that included swimming and running on tre...way came at a cost. By the final day of a four-day exercise routine, the mutants' run time was significantly shorter and their muscles were clearly damaged. Ron...

Genetically-engineered 'marathon mouse' keeps on running

... shows that it can be changed genetically, without exercise itself. This means that activation of this pathway...ry helpful to patients who are otherwise unable to exercise because of their weight or other complicating problems." Drugs that activate the PPAR-delta pathway ...

Muscles are smarter than you think

...contracting. The acidity produced by the strenuous exercise reduces chloride's stabilising effect, enabling the impulses to keep exciting the muscle when they would otherwise fail.' 'We have concluded that intracellular acidosis increases the excitability of the T-system, thus counteracting fatigue at a criti...

Wheelchairs biomechanics, prosthetic development

...xygen uptake and heart rate were recorded. Limited exercise prescription guidelines have been established for persons who perform wheelchair exercise and the most recent work has been restricted to males. The results suggest that training programs pr...

Joslin Diabetes Center releases new low impact exercise video

...people who have physical limitations or are new to exercise programs. These exercise routines have been used by Joslin patients as part of Joslin's clinical practice, and can be an idea...

Heat and exercise alone may not determine how much we sweat

...fore testing. Each subject performed the following exercise protocol on separate days, with each bout being se...ion, each subject performed one minute of loadless exercise while remaining in the supine position. This was immediately followed by the subject exercising for ...

Reading hexametric rhyme supports cardiac synchronization, especially after a heart attack

... three sessions the subjects performed a different exercise (in random order): hexameter recitation (H), contr...nutes quiet rest in a resting chair, 20 minutes of exercise measurement, and 15 minutes quiet rest in a resting chair. During S1 and S2 the subjects were allowe...

Researchers discover how worms' noses sense oxygen

...such a detector to trigger hyperventilation during exercise or exposure to anoxic environments. "We are immersed in a 21 percent oxygen atmosphere all the time, and our blood stream and lungs maintain the optimum oxygen levels in our tissues. So, we take oxygen levels for granted," Bargmann said. "But most o...

Croatian skeletons reveal changing status of cancer in Europe across the centuries

...the promotion of a lifestyle that includes regular exercise and by encouraging people not to drink alcohol to excess....

Make a splash for public health this summer

...us data, swimming ranks as the second most popular exercise activity in the country. Whether in the backyard, ...t a problem can exist," she says. "Then we need to exercise our good judgment, ask questions and expect answers from those who can improve the quality of those ...

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