Study Shows “Exercise Hormone” can Boost Exercise Endurance

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Ekaterina Subbotina, PhD, of the University of Iowa, publishes the findings of a new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  It was found that increaseing blood circulation of a peptide called musclin improves exercise endurance.

Mice that were genetically engineered to be deficient in musclin were unable to exercise as long or as hard as normal mice.  Once these mice were injected with musclin they returned to normal exercise capacity.

This link could bring help for individuals who find it hard to engage in physical activity.  For more advice on health and wellness visit Groom and Style.

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Accreditation for Dental Therapy Education Program Approved By CODA

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The newly implemented accreditation process by the Commission on Dental Accreditation has been hailed as “significant milestone”.

According to H. Peter Ku, D.D.S. PA, dental therapy educational programs are currently operational in only two states.

This new accreditation will undoubtedly create a more defined career path for dental hygienists.

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University of Sydney Study Reveals Traditional “Drill and Fill” approach May Not Be Needed to Reverse Tooth Decay

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The Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology published the findings of a seven year study that discovered that preventative oral care reduced filings by almost 50%.

It is common for dentist like Josey Lane Dentistry to stop tooth decay by removing the affected area then restore it with a filling material.

The study finds that preventative care is important for the reduction of tooth decay.

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