Harvard researchers devise a method to repair torn muscles and tendons in order to relieve shoulder pain

The results of this study, which were just published in the international journal Bioactive Materials, might provide people with persistent shoulder pain fresh hope. The study was supported by the Nano-materials Core Technology Development project of the National Research Foundation of Korea and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) in the U.S. […]

Effects of calorie restriction and Rapamycin on ageing skeletal muscle that are distinct from one another

Combination therapy, according to researchers at the University of Basel, may postpone the start of sarcopenia. People with sarcopenia, particularly the elderly or those who are older, lose significant amounts of muscle. Everyone wants to age physically strong and healthy. But as we become older, our bodies deteriorate, our muscles weaken, and our strength drops. […]

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