A new study finds that sleeping more or less than 7 hours per night is associated with poorer cognitive performance, mental health, and structural changes to the brain.
The popularity of 'zone 2 training' has increased in recent years, but is there any evidence that this training intensity promotes superior adaptations…
A new study suggests that individuals with post-acute COVID-19 syndrome experience a shift in metabolism during exercise that could indicate metabolic…
For optimal health, we need proper sleep, but exercise may protect the body and brain from the adverse health effects of not getting enough shuteye.
Getting older is inevitable, as are many of the declines in physical and cognitive function that occur as our bodies move forward in time. With age, our…
Reducing the number of calories consumed rather than the timing of eating seems to be the primary driver of metabolic improvements and weight loss for…
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A new genetic study provides novel evidence that any level of alcohol intake may be causal of increased cardiovascular disease risk, calling previous…
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