As the fight against antibiotic-resistant superbugs continues to get more dire, scientists may have found a new weapon for tackling some of the worst superbugs we know of: a new antibiotic called darobactin, which is able to take on gram-negative bacteria.
Por Dr. Mercola
Siim Land, um antropólogo sociocultural, empresário e coach de alto desempenho, também é autor de um excelente livro: “Metabolic Autophagy: Practice Intermittent Fasting and Resistance Training to Build Muscle and Promote Longevity (Metabolic Autophagy Diet Book 1)”.
As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect.
One of the ultimate goals of modern physics is to unlock the power of superconductivity, where electricity flows with zero resistance at room temperature.
Progress has been slow, but in 2018, physicists have made an unexpected breakthrough. They discovered a superconductor that works in a way no one’s ever seen before – and it opens the door to a whole world of possibilities not considered until now.
In other words, they identified a brand new type of superconductivity.
A new study found a strong correlation between endurance and living a long life.
A new study, published in the journal Science, has found that the process through which the gut communicates with the brain is much quicker than previously believed, relying on synapses more than it does on hormones.
Concerns over antibiotic resistance are reaching fever pitch, and the race is on to uncover novel compounds to replace them. A new study suggests that cinnamon might offer a helping hand.
Discover the science of how strength training keeps you young
As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.
From a very young age, most of us are taught that if we’re not warm enough, we’ll “catch a cold.” Even to this day, the concept that the common cold can be “caught” when the body is exposed to colder temperatures, most often during the winter months, is held by most educated people. That’s why it’s called a cold — because you’re more likely to contract it during colder weather!