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Training one arm can improve strength and decrease muscle loss in the other arm

Training one arm can improve strength and decrease muscle loss in the other arm

Researchers use supercomputers to simulate the inner working of Ebola virus

Researchers use supercomputers to simulate the inner working of Ebola virus

Older COVID patients battle ‘brain fog,’ weakness and emotional turmoil

Older COVID patients battle ‘brain fog,’ weakness and emotional turmoil

Study provides possible explanation for progressive course of multiple sclerosis in mice

Study provides possible explanation for progressive course of multiple sclerosis in mice

New study suggests some sedentariness isn’t all bad

New study suggests some sedentariness isn’t all bad

MITHRAS trial investigates superiority of TMVR-induced iASD over medical therapy

MITHRAS trial investigates superiority of TMVR-induced iASD over medical therapy

Scientists develop a conceptual model to identify health impacts of autonomous vehicles

Scientists develop a conceptual model to identify health impacts of autonomous vehicles

Psychologists and sociologists investigate comparative optimism for infection and recovery from COVID-19

Psychologists and sociologists investigate comparative optimism for infection and recovery from COVID-19

Gene variations that regulate dopamine levels in the brain may influence mobility of elderly, frail adults

Gene variations that regulate dopamine levels in the brain may influence mobility of elderly, frail adults

Global social media challenge kicks off to get the world moving on mental health

Global social media challenge kicks off to get the world moving on mental health

Stretchable conductive hydrogel could help repair damaged peripheral nerves

Stretchable conductive hydrogel could help repair damaged peripheral nerves

SARS-CoV-2 spike protein may induce analgesia

SARS-CoV-2 spike protein may induce analgesia

Researchers examine COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on physical activity, sedentary behavior

Researchers examine COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on physical activity, sedentary behavior

NIH awards $13.8 million to conduct studies on pre-dementia and Alzheimer's disease

NIH awards $13.8 million to conduct studies on pre-dementia and Alzheimer's disease

Research shows the validity, reliability of isokinetic strength testing of older adults with COPD and stroke

Research shows the validity, reliability of isokinetic strength testing of older adults with COPD and stroke

Researchers use fruit fly to develop a novel disease model for Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

Researchers use fruit fly to develop a novel disease model for Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Brain wiring genes may be linked to a significant portion of cerebral palsy cases

Brain wiring genes may be linked to a significant portion of cerebral palsy cases

Health on wheels: Tricked-out RVs deliver addiction treatment to rural communities

Health on wheels: Tricked-out RVs deliver addiction treatment to rural communities

As fires and floods wreak havoc on health, new climate center seeks solutions

As fires and floods wreak havoc on health, new climate center seeks solutions