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 The Benefits of Electrostimulation

 The Benefits of Electrostimulation

The Benefits of Electrostimulation  The body operates with a combination of chemicals, reactions and electrical currents. Given this fact, it’s not that surprising then how much of the body is made of water, and how polarity between body cells makes such a...

Can E-Stim Help Address Your Pain?

Can E-Stim Help Address Your Pain?

There are a number of procedures that one may attempt to help treat their pain, and one method is called e-stim (short for electrical stimulation). But what is it, and how well does it even work? What is E-Stim? Essentially, e-stim is a system by which the neural...

How Does DNA Repair Work?

How Does DNA Repair Work?

DNA holds all the genetic information of every living cell in your body. To avoid mutations that can lead to diseases, it’s essential to maintain the integrity of DNA replication. Changes in DNA’s structure cause genomic instability and, in some cases, cancer. There...

Understanding How Tropoelastin Works in Elastic Assembly

Understanding How Tropoelastin Works in Elastic Assembly

New insights are being discovered about elastic assembly, with research efforts focusing on how body tissue is able to stretch or shrink for various functions. Elastic fibers play a pivotal role in maintaining the extracellular matrix, the ECM network that consists of...

Weight Lifting Tips for Beginners

Weight Lifting Tips for Beginners

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, weightlifting is the second most popular exercise after walking. When you think of this form of exercise, you can get intimidated at first. This is especially common if your only point of reference is from watching...

6 Effective Ways to Promote Muscle Recovery After Exercising

6 Effective Ways to Promote Muscle Recovery After Exercising

Working out on a regular basis is an effective way to increase muscle strength and get in shape. However, muscle soreness after exercising can make it hard to keep up with these workouts. This soreness, known as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), often flares up...