And on the Running theme, anyone who’s had a joint issue for whatever reason, can attest to how hard it is to get back on your feet.
Well, buck up little camper, Because: Science!
By synthesizing a new combination-gel that unites two different types, that then absorb calcium molecules, scientists at Harvard have come up with what they think might be a pretty good Replacement for Cartilage.
HarvardSEAS-Tough gel stretches to 21 times its length, recoils, and heals itself
HALLELUJAH JEEZUS, I CAN STOP NOW!!!
James H O’Keefe and Carl Lavie of Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and the U. Mo. -Kansas City MedSchool have just pronounced the words every poor suffering bastard running his Nikes to the midsole has been waiting to hear since the 70′s taught them Afros on white men were awesome:
“Chronic extreme exercise appears to cause excessive ‘wear-and-tear’ on the heart, inducing adverse structural and electrical remodelling, which offsets some of the CV benefits and longevity improvements conferred by moderate physical activity”
-This includes Running.
• Source Study: BMJ,Heart-Run for your life … at a comfortable speed and not too far
• via: OutsideMag
BULLSH**! I respectfully disagree. So far, CR is looking like the ONLY thing that works.
The only thing this proves is that there are differences in the 2 methodologies.
-That and monkeys are not to be trusted.
In fact, I’m sure they conspired to screw the results for the indignity of being kept in restricted conditions so blood samples could be taken regularly.
+And at least 1/2 of them were sneaking cigarette breaks.
Similar to the previous groundbreaking operation for a manufactured trachea,
a ten-year-old girl in Sweden was spared the considerable future discomfort from
outrageous prices at the BMW Water-Pump Casino normal replacement-harvesting via the somatic-Jesus of a
So, thanks to the research of Keith Cowing over at SpaceRef, we now know that the claims by Ameriscience that NASA had developed antioxidant softgels for the skin were incorrect.
Keith also goes on to note that the doctor whose alleged quotes were circulated is unpaid, uncontactable, works in the Family Practice & Preventive Medicine departments, and the only thing a person with that name ever published on Astro-Nautery was
In a study of
12 1,200 people, Columbia researchers have come up with at least an association between Dementia/Alzheimer’s and Omega 3 intake. -One that’s been hinted at many times before.
It turns out that people who get more were observed to have lower incidence of the “Doddering Granny” varieties of brain disease.
And in a strange-for-medecine interesting turn
Ok, so awhile ago I met this doctor, let’s call him, “Mr. Green Jeans”.
And Mister Green Jeans is telling me about this research he and his lab full of techs did on a bunch of subjects.
He starts kicking out all these different variables, and the names and descriptions of these hissing, wheezing,
Now if they could just use the discovery to make some fancy topical pomade.
-Because through their experiments, the team at UPenn discovered not only the elevated presence of this protein
I’d write more about it here, but the article is positively exhaustive; though not in the “80-page-Journal-Abstract-Reading” sense of scientific overload.
Lisa spins her phonebook over at New York Magazine not about the brainy specifics, but more about the general presence & consequences of the bio-tech that makes pregnancy a tantalizing-but-iffy possibility for women at/over 50, or even past Menopause. Thankfully,
+And Maybe Yours, too!
Ok; The Chinese have an old saying: “Eat until you are seven-tenths full and save the other three-tenths for hunger.”
Now hold that idea, but Bruce-Lee your way over from one culture to the other & witness the brilliance that is Giovambattista Pani