Aging

Researchers continue to investigate the frequency, duration, and type of exercise (e.g., aerobic and anaerobic exercise) that provides the most cardiovascular health benefits. Often, aerobic conditioning is reported in research to be an important type of exercise for lowering CVD risk. So, what is aerobic conditioning, and what are its health benefits? Aerobic conditioning –
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Do you feel like you never have time to do the things you love? Hobbies? Outings with friends? Relaxing time spent on the couch with a good book and a bowl of popcorn? You deserve extra time for leisure and rest, and if you can’t seem to find it in your schedule, it’s time for
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Wearable sensors allow the consistent tracking of physical behaviors and activities. They also enable the continuous biochemical and physiological parameters of daily life. The most popularly assessed data include vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen concentration, and body temperature. Other commonly evaluated data include physical activities and posture via ballistocardiogram and
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New research investigates whether the mRNA from the COVID-19 vaccines can be passed on to infants through breastmilk. The development and administration of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines is helping to reduce transmission of COVID-19, and these vaccines have been an integral part of combating the global COVID-19 pandemic.  The first approved SARS-CoV-2 vaccines were mRNA vaccines, which
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Vaccine uptake has varied worldwide, with some countries still experiencing higher rates of first COVID-19 vaccine dose compared with a second dose, suggesting some people may be skipping their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. A recent study suggests why this might not be a good choice. Conventionally, the approval of new vaccines worldwide has
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Combined metabolic activators accelerate symptom-free recovery in COVID-19, according to a recent study. In severe cases, COVID-19 can lead to respiratory problems, metabolic dysfunction, elevated inflammation, and organ failure. Metabolic abnormalities and hyper inflammation are associated with deficiencies in nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) and glutathione (GSH) metabolism. The cellular depletion of NAD+ and GSH are
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According to a recent study, missing breakfast on a regular basis could leave you deficient in key nutrients. This is because breakfast foods, such as cereal and milk, are fortified with vitamins and minerals. Missing out on these essential nutrients in breakfast foods could mean missing out on them altogether, according to the study. Comparing
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