A study published in The FASEB Journal demonstrated that dietary supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids (or fish oils) reduced the rate at which young women lost muscle mass during a period of immobilization.
The malaria species rampant in the Asia-Pacific region has been a significant driver of evolution of the human genome, a new study has shown.
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