Early Epigenetic Changes Regulate Voluntary Exercise in Mice: Study
Early Epigenetic Changes Regulate Voluntary Exercise in Mice: Study
Altering DNA methylation in a particular area of the hypothalamus halved the animals’ voluntary exercise as adults.
Early Epigenetic Changes Regulate Voluntary Exercise in Mice: Study
Early Epigenetic Changes Regulate Voluntary Exercise in Mice: Study

Altering DNA methylation in a particular area of the hypothalamus halved the animals’ voluntary exercise as adults.

Altering DNA methylation in a particular area of the hypothalamus halved the animals’ voluntary exercise as adults.

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Metabolism Hits a Ceiling in Athletic Endurance Feats
Metabolism Hits a Ceiling in Athletic Endurance Feats
Shawna Williams | Jun 5, 2019
In long-distance, physically taxing events, the amount of energy athletes can expend appears to peak at about 2.5 times their metabolic resting rate—a maximum likely dictated by how many calories they can digest.
Study: Microglia Tied to Weight Gain in Mice
Study: Microglia Tied to Weight Gain in Mice
Aggie Mika | Jul 5, 2017
Just by activating these immune cells in the brain, scientists could make mice eat more and burn fewer calories.