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Testosterone Raises Insulin Sensitivity

Testosterone Raises Insulin Sensitivity      Hormone Replacement Therapy and Human Growth Hormone Giving testosterone to men with type 2 diabetes who are deficient in the hormone improved their insulin sensitivity, reports researchers from the University of Buffalo (New York, USA).  Paresh Dandona and colleagues conducted a randomized controlled trial of 81 men with type…

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1-in-3 Older Adults Suffer Muscle Loss

1-in-3 Older Adults Suffer Muscle Loss Resistance Exercise and Human Growth Hormone New findings show that approximately 1 out of 3 adults age 50 and older suffer from sarcopenia, a progressive loss of muscle mass and strength, which can affect a person’s energy and ability to perform daily activities. Maintaining muscle mass and strength reduces…

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Morning Sun Promotes Weight Loss

Morning Sun Promotes Weight Loss       Weight Loss and Human Growth Hormone Exposing yourself to sunlight in the morning may aid weight loss, new research suggests. Phyllis C Zee, M.D., Benjamin and Virginia T Boshes Professor of Neurology and director of the Northwestern Medicine Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Research Program at Northwestern University…

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A Recipe to Achieve Healthy Weight

A Recipe to Achieve Healthy Weight Exercise and Human Growth Hormone Exercise scientists at the University of Arkansas (Arkansas, USA) have identified a novel interaction between food, exercise, and total energy expenditure.  Ashley Binns and colleagues assessed 10 college-age women of normal body weight, who were categorized as “recreationally active” – subjects normally exercised at…

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CV Exercise in Young Adulthood Preserves Cognitive Function in Middle-Age

CV Exercise in Young Adulthood Preserves Cognitive Function in Middle-Age Human Growth Hormone and Memory Running regularly or participating in other forms of cardiovascular exercise in your 20s may help to preserve memory and thinking skills in middle-age, according to recent study results. David R Jacobs, Jr, PhD, of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis,…

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Sports Participation May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Sports Participation May Lower Breast Cancer Risk        Women’s Health and Human Growth Hormone A number of previous studies report that physical activity exerts a protective role in a number of cancers.  Mathieu Boniol, from the International Prevention Research Institute (France), and colleagues completed a meta-analysis of 37 studies, involving a total of…

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Poor Fitness in Midlife May Raise Heart Failure Risk

Poor Fitness in Midlife May Raise Heart Failure Risk Heart Health and Human Growth Hormone In that cardiorespiratory fitness is inversely associated with heart failure risk, Stephanie K. Brinker, from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Texas, USA), and colleagues explored the mechanism through which fitness lowers heart failure risk.  The team assessed fitness…

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