• Resuming Exercise Soon After Heart Attack Can Improve Heart Recovery:  Many lifestyle factors cause heart disease, and exercise may not be enough to prevent heart attacks. A new study shows that regular exercise can still benefit the heart after a heart attack occurs. This research is highlighted as one of this month’s “best of the best” as part of the American Physiological Society’s APSselect program.
  • This Week’s Articles in PresS Highlights:  How the components of the Mediterranean lifestyle—with the exception of wine—work to combat cardiovascular disease risk and how drinking more beet juice can improve exercise performance and lengthen workouts are featured this week.
  • This Week’s Articles in PresS Highlights:  The link between PTSD and cardiovascular disease and treating liver cirrhosis with diabetes drug metformin are featured this week.
  • Can Four Fish Oil Pills a Day Keep the Doctor Away? For Healthy Seniors, Perhaps:  Omega-3 fish oil is a popular supplement because of its perceived cardiovascular benefits, but the scientific evidence has been conflicting. New research in Physiological Reports supports the claims for seniors, finding that healthy seniors who took omega-3 supplements every day had better cardiovascular health after 12 weeks of use.
  • July APSselect Research Highlights:  Brown adipose transplantation reverses type 1 diabetes in mice; heme oxygenase system as a potential therapeutic strategy for cardiovascular diseases; benefits of caloric restriction for muscle metabolism and mass during middle age; muscle signature of a champion sprinter are among this month’s selected articles.
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