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The promise of 3D printing is a revolution in bioengineering and our ability to replace and repair the fundamental building blocks of our body.
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Researchers analyzed statistical features from close to 44,000 photographs on Instagram, using algorithmic face detection, color analysis, and metadata components.
Sarcomeres are the true powerhouses in your muscles and researchers now have a better understanding of how they work.
That bitter taste you hated as a kid could be the flavor of improved health as an adult.
Researchers are looking into probiotics that may help improve athletic performance.
"Freshman 15" is a term that refers to the weight college students tend to gain during their freshman year.
Move over MRIs, CAT scans, biopsies, and blood tests; there's a new diagnostic test in town—one so simple that almost anyone can use it.
While men were faster and more powerful at first, they became more exhausted much faster than the women.
Simply put, as long as you are burning more calories than you consume, you should be able to lose weight. According to the researchers, there's a chance the theory won't hold water.
The elasticity of the brain tissue appeared to have a greater effect on cognitive performance than size.
A new study found that ADHD children are more likely to enroll in contact sports than individual sports, ultimately leading to a higher risk of injury.
Modern scientific research is shining the spotlight on sugars. It has been linked to endocrine problems, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, and even mental disorders.
People's feelings of well-being join other known factors for health.
Almonds have already been linked to a number of health benefits, including weight loss, appetite control, blood sugar management, and balanced blood pressure.
The vast majority of exercises integrated into our modern resistance training workouts focus on the concentric phase (muscle shortening/contracting) of the movement.
A study involving mice, suggests that EGCG, the most abundant catechin and biologically active component in green tea, may ameliorate memory impairment, brain insulin resistance, and obesity.