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Blood transfer from active mice gives lazy ones benefits of exercise


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Blood transfer from active mice gives lazy ones benefits of exercise

Health 24 October 2019 By Jessica Hamzelou Mice that run can benefit those that don’tMary H. Swift / Alamy Stock PhotoThe benefits of exercise can be shared by blood transfer, according to research in mice. Sedentary mice given an injection of plasma from active mice experience more brain cell growth and less inflammation. And a…

Blood transfer from active mice gives lazy ones benefits of exercise









Health



24 October 2019

By Jessica Hamzelou

mouse on a wheel

Mice that run can benefit those that don’t

Mary H. Swift / Alamy Stock Photo

The benefits of exercise can be shared by blood transfer, according to research in mice. Sedentary mice given an injection of plasma from active mice experience more brain cell growth and less inflammation. And a protein that seems to be behind some of the effects could potentially be developed into an “exercise mimetic”.

Exercise is good for your body and brain – we know it can reduce inflammation, lower the risk of various diseases and improve our ability to think and learn. Zurine De …

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