Exercise Linked to Epigenetic Benefits that Keep the Brain Healthy

When was the last time you exercised? Was it yesterday, a few weeks ago? or maybe a few months ago? Well, you may want to tack on ?epigenetics? to the long list of reasons why you should exercise more often. We all know exercise is beneficial, but the difficulty usually lies in trying to be motivated enough to actually do it. The CDC states that frequent physical activity is one of the most important things for your health. It can [more...]

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Muscles ‘Remember’ Previous Exercise in the Form of Epigenetic Tags on DNA

Our muscles may actually possess a molecular memory in the form of epigenetic marks on our DNA. These chemical tags tell a tale of when skeletal muscles grew after exercise and could possibly help them grow bigger later on.

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