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Exercise improves health through changes on DNA

Professor Romain Barrès | cbmr.ku.dk Six weeks of physical exercise led to changes in the epigenetic information of skeletal muscle cells in young men. These changes took place in areas of the genome that have been linked to disease. Scientists … Continue reading

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Study: Men who do load-bearing exercise in early 20s may be shielded from osteoporosis

Sara Knoll EurekAlert Without intervention, 1 in 5 men develop fractures related to osteoporosis in old age. Washington, DC, May 4, 2012 – Young men who play volleyball, basketball or other load-bearing sports for four hours a week or more … Continue reading

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Modern wars influence psychiatric thought

Gregg Zoroya USA Today Psychiatrists studying the feelings of guilt or shame associated with close combat say the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are influencing changes in the “bible” of psychiatry in the USA. The section of the American Psychiatric … Continue reading

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World’s biggest biometric ID scheme forges ahead

BBC News The world’s largest biometric identity exercise, which is taking place in India, is well on its way to reaching its target of half the country’s population, reports the BBC’s Sanjoy Majumder. Jahangirpuri is one of the biggest slums … Continue reading

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Calls for teenage boys to be vaccinated against sexually transmitted virus after throat cancer cases double

Source: Daily Mail Boys must be immunised against the most common sexually transmitted virus, health experts have said. The call comes after figures revealed an alarming rise in cancer linked to oral sex in young men. Cases of throat cancer … Continue reading

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Violent video games alter brain function

Source: UPI The brains of young men changed in brain areas associated with cognitive function after one week of violent video game play, U.S. researchers say. Dr. Yang Wang of the Indiana University School of Medicine and colleagues showed a … Continue reading

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Have We Raised An Entire Generation Of Young Men That Do Not Know How To Be Men?

Source: The American Dream Have we completely and totally failed an entire generation of young men?  Have we failed to equip them with the tools that they need?  Have we raised an entire generation of young men that do not … Continue reading

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