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Long noncoding RNA identified as a key regulator of inflammation

Scientists have identified an RNA molecule with broad powers to regulate the body’s inflammatory response to infection and injury. Called lincRNA-Cox2, it belongs to a recently discovered, highly abundant class of RNAs whose functions are only beginning to be understood. The sequencing of the human genome revealed that only a small fraction of the DNA… Read More »

How to Stay Healthy on Long Road Trips  

Long road trips give you a sense of freedom and enable you to see all the marvels made by Mother Nature and human beings. Trips are fun and entertaining and give you a chance to escape the boring, repetitive schedule. However, you need to stay healthy when on long road trips and safe as well.… Read More »

A Little Exercise Goes A Long Way

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association showed the beneficial effect of short bursts of moderate to vigorous exercise. They compared the effect of bursts of exercise lasting at least 5 minutes, 10 minutes or any duration. For all three measures of duration people who accumulated above average daily amounts… Read More »