Items Tagged ‘exercise’

April 8, 2016

Comprehensive Training: What Hockey Players Should Know

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While fans and many athletes only focus on the season, physicians and trainers at Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine are thinking of what should happen during the off-season. Recently, Michael Stuart, M.D., Co-Director, Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine, Chief Medical and Safety Officer, USA Hockey gathered a small group of trainers and held a webinar on the […]

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March 16, 2016

Exercise Prevents Diet-induced Cellular Senescence in Adipose Tissue

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Click to watch the video Could an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise contribute to an increased rate of aging? Researchers from the Mayo Clinic Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging found that exercise prevents premature senescent cell accumulation and protects against the damaging effects of an unhealthy diet, including deficiencies in physical, heart, […]

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January 28, 2016

Interplay Between Exercise & Dietary Fat Modulates Myelinogenesis in the Central Nervous System

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Diet is an intrinsic aspect of everyday life and is emerging as a major regulator of brain function and plasticity. The increasing consumption of saturated fats and sugars as is typical of a Western diet is considered detrimental for CNS function; however, based on the high content of lipids in brain, how to manage consumption […]

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