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Just 20 Minutes of Moderate Exercise Can Help Fight Inflammation

It’s a known fact that regular exercise has health benefits, such as strengthening of the heart and bones, muscles, weight management, and decreasing the risk of some diseases. Researchers have discovered how a single moderate exercise session can serve as an anti-inflammatory as well. The results have significant promise for treating chronic diseases such as… Read More »

Hogh fat diet inflammation

Molecular Metabolism Cardiovascular disease Although some controversy inflammation exists, an increasing number diet studies have highlighted the crucial effects of Fat on hogh development of CVD 42, Mice given HFDs The effect of high-fat diet on rat’s mood, feeding behavior and response to stress. Correspondence: R. Gastroenterol Hepatol. J Diabetes Res. Red blood cell dysfunction… Read More »

Tick-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation detected in UK for the first time: officials

A potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom for the first time, Public Health England (PHE) announced this week. LYME DISEASE-RELATED TICK ILLNESS WITH MORE SEVERE SYMPTOMS DETECTED IN NEW YORK: REPORT  Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV)  was found in a “small number” of ticks in Thetford Forest in eastern… Read More »

New inflammation inhibitor discovered

Crystal structure of the protein OGG1 bound to a key inhibitor. Illustration: Geoffrey Masuyer “We’ve developed a new drug molecule that inhibits inflammation,” says Professor Thomas Helleday, at the Department of Oncology-Pathology, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, who led the study. The enzyme OGG1 triggers inflammation It was when developing a new molecule for inhibiting the enzyme… Read More »