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How to rejuvenate the immune system of elderly people and reduce their risk of infectious disease

A new study, led by researchers from the University of California, Irvine, identifies a reason for why older adults are significantly more susceptible to infectious diseases than younger people, a critical societal issue most recently exemplified by the COVID-19 pandemic.

New approach enhances muscle recovery in aged mice

Scientists have developed a promising new method to combat the age-related losses in muscle mass that often accompany immobility after injury or illness. Their technique, demonstrated in mice, arrests the process by which muscles begin to deteriorate at the onset of exercise after a period of inactivity.

Community study reveals unexpected negative correlation between residential greenspace and psychological well-being of people with spinal cord injury

A team of researchers studying people with spinal cord injury living in the community discovered an unexpected negative correlation between psychological well-being and residential greenspace.
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Integrated genetics

How integrated genetics can help your allergy patients

Your patients likely know that they have seasonal allergies, and may be looking to you for symptomatic relief. But are you prepared to answer these patient questions?

   • I tried antihistamines – why didn’t they work?
   • I’ve never had allergies before – why am I getting them now?
   • I got a cold months ago – why do I still have symptoms?

Let’s take a closer look at which genetic factors influence the immune response, and how using integrated genetics can help you get to the root of your patients’ allergies.
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