The visible benefits of physical exercise are obvious – increased muscle tone, weight control, improved sleep – but exercise also triggers the release of osteocalcin, a hormone normally released by bone cells, and osteocalcin can have a positive effect on memory.
We’ve all had it – the inconvenient common cold. Sneezing, coughing, sore throat, stuffy nose . . . and all we can do is soothe our symptoms and wonder why medical science hasn’t yet found a cure for the common cold!
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Each year millions of people are infected by bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. Addressing this crisis is critical, and each discovery of new classes of antibiotics is an important step in overcoming the challenge of antibiotic resistance.