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COVID has changed our exercise habits, but it doesn’t have to be for the worse

With the widespread switch to working from home, incidental physical activity was reduced. Some people took this newly freed up time as an opportunity to add exercise to their day, with online fitness programs and health apps reporting a boom.

Being mindful can improve your interactions with co-workers, new study finds

Although mindfulness originates within an individual, a Virginia Commonwealth University researcher has found the benefits do not end with this person.

6 months in space = decades of bone loss

Ever wondered if you have anything in common with an astronaut? Turns out there are 206 things — your bones.
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The endocannabinoid system’s role in pain and inflammation

The endocannabinoid system’s role in pain and inflammation

Since the identification of endocannabinoid receptors, the analgesic properties mediated by the endocannabinoid system have been an area of great interest. However, despite the therapeutic appeal, the use of cannabis-based medicines in clinical settings is complicated by the psychoactive side effects of THC and has resulted in hesitancy in their use. » Read more...
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