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Jet suits, jetpacks, jetboards ... The new range of crazy personal flight devices all share some things in common: plenty of people would love to fly one, very few have the cash to own one, and even fewer can probably be trusted to fly them safely and legally.Continue ReadingCategory: Military, TechnologyTags: Gravity (company), Jetpack, Personal Flight, Crazy
If you are partaking in regular bouts of exercise, you can expect to experience a range of benefits, like the burning of excess fat, lower risk of heart trouble and a healthier state of mind. Recently, however, scientific studies have started to shine a light on how regular physical activity can benefit human health in more subtle ways, some of which you might not expect. Let's take a look at som
A unique new study, published in the journal Science Advances, is suggesting antihistamines can blunt some of the beneficial effects of exercise. The research found histamine functioning may be vital to both the short and long-term benefits of exercise.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: Exercise, Allergies, The Immune System
Healthy habits around diet and exercise are a good idea no matter how old we might be, but a new study has emphasized the importance of forming them early in life. Scientists have used mouse models to demonstrate how a combination of healthy eating and physical activity during childhood can have benefits that last long into adulthood, including an increase in brain mass and lower levels of anxiet
The top reasons to exercise include wanting to beat a partner’s personal best, fit into old clothes, and shaking off a bad mood. A study of 2,000 adults reveals the […] The post Top 50 reasons to exercise revealed appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Scientists in Spain have published a paper examining the fat-burning potential of coffee before exercise, and how its consumption at different times of the day may influence the end result. Albeit small, the study indicates that drinking a strong coffee half an hour before aerobic exercise can significantly boost what’s known as maximal fat oxidation rate, and that these effects are a lot more pr
Inflammation in the human body is a complex physiological response to a complex range of triggers, and scientists have just uncovered some useful new details about how it works by experimenting with muscles grown in the lab. By simulating the effects of exercise on these engineered cells and tissues, the scientists made the unexpected discovery that human muscle can fend off inflammation all on i
For many, exercise is a means to an end, namely better health – and in a perfect world, perhaps there would be a way to skip that middle step with some sort of pill or injection. Now scientists at the University of Southern California (USC) have studied a hormone that the human body releases during exercise, and found that administering it to mice improves their fitness and overall health.Continu
That regular exercise promotes good health is a given, but lately scientists are beginning to unearth some of the intricate mechanisms behind this relationship. A new study has shone a light on short bursts of vigorous exercise specifically, finding that they can produce “striking” effects on the metabolites circulating through the body and by extension lead to improvements in a wide range of bod
Brits are ditching the ‘no pain, no gain’ approach to health and fitness in favour of activities they get a kick out of. A study of 2,000 adults found more […] The post Brits favour exercise they enjoy, not endure appeared first on ShinyShiny. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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