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Effectiveness of Cold Therapy Depends on Water Temperature, Muscle Position

A new study finds that cold water therapy affects blood flow to individual muscles of the leg differently and is dependent on the temperature of the water. The first-of-its-kind study is published ahead of print in the Journal of Applied Physiology.
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Study Explores Mitochondrial-directed Therapy for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning


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Mouthwash Could Be a Promising Weapon in the Fight Against Coronavirus Transmission

Readily available dental mouthwashes have the potential to destroy the lipid envelope of coronaviruses, combating virus replication in the mouth and throat. The findings are presented in a new review article published today in Function, concluding...
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Diabetes Drug May Protect Breastfed Children from Future Metabolic Disorder

A new study suggests that treating a breastfeeding parent with a common diabetes drug may provide male offspring lifelong protection against diabetes and obesity. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of...
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Sugary Soda Consumption Linked to Reduced Kidney Blood Flow

Regular consumption of sugary soda sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) reduces kidney blood flow, which could be linked to a greater risk of developing chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to a recently published paper in the American...
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Protease-activated Receptor Blockage May Be Treatment Option for Diabetes-related Kidney Disease


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Scientists Explore Mechanism that Regulates Protein Levels, Controls Fluid Transport in Intestines


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Sugary Sodas Linked to Increased Risk of Chronic Kidney Disease


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