Why your brain needs exercise

For decades the mature brain was understood to be incapable of growing new neurons. Once an individual reached adulthood, the thinking went, the brain began losing neurons rather than gaining them. But evidence was building that the adult brain could, in fact, generate new neurons. Since then, other studies have established that exercise also has positive effects on the…

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Joint associations of sauna bathing & cardiorespiratory fitness on cardiovascular and all-cause mortality risk: a long-term prospective cohort study

ABSTRACT Purpose: We aimed to evaluate the joint impact of cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and frequency of sauna bathing (FSB) on the risk of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality. Design: CRF measured by respiratory gas analyses and sauna exposure were assessed at baseline in a prospective study of 2277 men. CRF was categorized as low and high (median cut-offs) and FSB…

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Hyperthermia and immunotherapy: clinical opportunities

ABSTRACT Hyperthermia holds great promise to advance immunotherapy in the treatment of cancer. Multiple trials have demonstrated benefit with the addition of hyperthermia to radiation or chemotherapy in the treatment of wide-ranging malignancies. Similarly, pre-clinical studies have demonstrated the ability of hyperthermia to enhance each of the 8 steps in the cancer-immunotherapy cycle including stimulation of tumor-specific immunity. While…

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Featuring The Athlete Eric Andrew King At NuLife Ventures

At NuLife Ventures we are adding a new section having views and opinions of Athletes, who have decided to use health-related products that are available at NuLifeVentures.com Our first and newest member is Eric King Eric was born July 2, 1982, he was drafted by the Houston Astros organization in the 13th round of the 2005 major league baseball…

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