Research papers that do not mention that their studies were done in mice can lead to misleading media coverage.
Exercise in older mice rejuvenated their muscle stem cells, and in effect, enhanced their muscle-repair capability. This rejuvenation effect was seen only in older mice and not in younger mice that exercised. The findings were made by researchers at Stanford University and published in the April 13, 2020 issue of the journal Nature Metabolism. Significant…
Mice kept in environments with 40 to 60 percent relative humidity have much less ability to transmit viruses to non-infected mice. Researchers from Yale University made this conclusion after finishing their review study. The findings were published in the journal Annual Review of Virology, and the article is titled “Seasonality of Respiratory Viral Infections.” Seasonal…