New Delhi: Pain and discomfort are often considered a part of menstruation. 80 per cent of women experience pain during menstruation at some point in their lives. However, for some of them, it could last from the beginning of their periods to menopause. For most women, period pain can be managed through some lifestyle change. […]
New York: It has been traditionally said that exercising is more beneficial during morning hours. Turns out, the effectiveness of exercise depends on sex, according to a study. The study, published in Frontiers in Physiology, showed that for women doing exercise during the morning hours is more beneficial for health and for men the optimal time […]
Ames: Regular exercise is a wonderful tool for overcoming depression. According to a new study led by researchers at the Iowa State University, exercising for half an hour may reduce symptoms of depression for at least 75 minutes post-workout and amplify the benefits of therapy. The findings of the research were published in the journal, […]
Sendai: A team of researchers at Tohuku University has developed a simple-lab-based system for growing human muscle cells that are capable of vigorously contracting. The team has used the model to investigate the properties of muscle cells from patients with sporadic inclusion body mitosis (sIBM). The research was published in the journal, ‘Scientific Reports’. sIBM […]
New York: The benefits of exercise on human health have been myriad. Now, research shows that exercise can also break the vicious cycle of inflammation that can lead to developing diabetes and depression months after a person recovers from the virus. So far no medically recognised treatment exists for long Covid, defined by the US […]
Odense [Denmark]: A meniscal tear is a common injury in which forceful twisting causes certain tissue in the knee to tear. The first study in the world comparing surgical and non-surgical treatment of meniscal tears in young people showed that exercise and patient education provided similar results as surgery. Researchers from the University of Southern […]
New York: Around 90 minutes of mild- to moderate-intensity exercise directly after the flu or the Covid-19 vaccine may provide an extra immune boost, suggests a new study. The study showed that participants who cycled on a stationary bike or took a brisk walk for an hour-and-a-half after getting a jab produced more antibodies in […]
The study, now published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, is based on 286 patients with anxiety syndrome, recruited from primary care services in Gothenburg and the northern part of Halland County.