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In a surprising study, Oregon State University researchers found
that no matter how much stress they placed on mice from either a
high-fat diet or strenuous exercise, the animals' mitochondria were
able to adapt and continue their normal processes.
The findings could have major...
Regular exercise changes the composition of the
gut bacteria and may play a crucial role in skeletal muscle
function and endurance.
The recently published review of the top studies published in
exercise metabolism conducted by John Hawley, Director of
Australian Catholic University's Mary...
One in two Queenslanders aged 16 to 85 years may experience
mental illness, and Queensland Health has launched a campaign to
help us improve our mental wellbeing.
Dear Mind encourages all Queenslanders to make time for
themselves and prioritise their mental wellbeing to help...
Researchers at the University of Plymouth and Nestlé have
revealed new insights into the factors that predispose children to
developing type 2 diabetes in adult life.
The findings have emerged from a unique study, EarlyBird, that followed 300
healthy children in Plymouth, UK, for 15...
Researchers in South Korea, have developed smart technology that
allows for the diagnosis of diabetes and
Professor Sei Kwang Hahn and his team from POSTECH have invented
a smart photonic contact lens and a wearable medical device which
International food supply patterns are supporting
healthier diets in parts of the world, but causing malnutrition and
Research carried out by the University of Kent and Imperial
College London has revealed global diets have changed dramatically
over the past 50 years in...
A new computer algorithm has been developed that can predict
women in the early stages of pregnancy, who may be at a high risk
of gestational diabetes - according
to a study by researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
The study analyzed data on nearly 600,000...
Try these five tips and take positive steps towards better
1. Lose the salt
Salt raises your blood pressure, so cut back on salty foods and
avoid adding extra salt to meals. Try spices or herbs instead to
add flavour to your...
New research out of the US has identified a protein in mice with
type 1 diabetes that is providing a new target for prevention and
treatment in people. Because type 1 diabetes
is incurable and has serious lifelong health consequences,
prevention is a major research goal.
Artificial sweeteners may be doing us more harm than
good, according to University of South Australia.
Although they were developed to help people lose weight
artificial sweeteners may be doing more harm than good and
contributing to type 2 diabetes, according to