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( Low intensity light to fight the effects of chronic stress
May 2nd 2024, 14:12

Some neurological disorders can be improved through photobiomodulation, a non-invasive technique based on the application of low-intensity light to stimulate altered functions in specific regions of the body. Now, a study reveals how photobiomodulation applied to the brain-gut axis is effective in recovering some cognitive alterations and sequelae caused by chronic stress. The study opens up new perspectives for applying the technique in future therapies for the treatment of neurological diseases in patients.

( When working out, males are programmed to burn more fat, while females recycle it--at least in rats
May 2nd 2024, 11:38

Vigorous exercise burns fat more in males than in females, but the benefits of exercise are broad for everyone.

( Brief anger may impair blood vessel function
May 1st 2024, 09:16

When adults became angry after remembering past experiences, the function of cells lining the blood vessels was negatively impaired, which may restrict blood flow, according to a new study. Previous research has found that this may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. In this study, episodes of anxiety and sadness did not trigger the same change in functioning of the blood vessel lining.

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