Vitamin A boosts fat burning in cold conditions

A recent study by a research team led by Florian Kefer of the Madonna Vienna Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism found that high cold temperatures increase vitamin A levels in humans and mice. This helps convert “bad” white adipose tissue into “good brown” brown adipose tissue, which stimulates fat burning and heat generation. This “fat … Read more Vitamin A boosts fat burning in cold conditions

A drop in temperature

In almost two centuries since the German physician Karl Wonder Leach established the body temperature as “normal” at 98.6 ┬░ F, parents and physicians have used it equally as a measure – and often the disease. Intensity of – Estimate However, over time, and in recent years, lower body temperatures have been widely reported in … Read more A drop in temperature

Vitamin D levels during pregnancy linked with child IQ

Vitamin D is an important nutrient and has many important functions in the body. The mother’s vitamin D supply to her uterus in utero and helps regulate the process, including brain development, according to a study published today in the Journal of Nutrition. Levels are linked to their children’s IQ, suggesting that high levels of … Read more Vitamin D levels during pregnancy linked with child IQ

The Seven Most Important Fitness Trends for the Year 2021

Corona epidemic has shaken the fitness industry. Instead of “higher, faster, more” in the field of the future, the future will look at health trends, holistic offers and especially expertise in risk groups such as clients. We present seven most important fitness trends for the year 2021. “Fitness in Time Corona” is the title of … Read more The Seven Most Important Fitness Trends for the Year 2021

Coronavirus: Seven different forms of mild COVID-19, according to a new study

In a new study recently published in the journal Allergy, scientists and medical researchers, including those from the Austrian Medical University of Vienna, identified seven different forms of mild COVID-19. In addition, it claims that the novel corona virus leaves significant changes in the immune system even 10 weeks after the initial infection is detected. … Read more Coronavirus: Seven different forms of mild COVID-19, according to a new study

How exercise stalls cancer growth through the immune system

People with cancer who exercise regularly are better diagnosed than inactive patients. Now, researchers at the Carolinian┬áInstitute in Sweden have found a possible explanation for why exercise helps cancer growth in mice: physical activity alters the metabolism of toxicity T cells of the immune system and thus cancer. Improves their ability to attack cells. The … Read more How exercise stalls cancer growth through the immune system

Coronavirus Infection Rate Among Children Surges as Schools Reopen

Between April and September, the number of children infected with the corona virus increased dramatically, and in the last two weeks alone, more than 14% of schools – according to new research from the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children’s Hospital Association Together, an addition reopened across the country. “This growing number is of great … Read more Coronavirus Infection Rate Among Children Surges as Schools Reopen