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Muscle loss in old age linked to fewer nerve signals
Researchers said they may have worked out why there is a natural loss of muscle in the legs as people age — and that it is due to a loss of nerves.
US, NATO flex muscle with ‘largest artillery drill’ in Europe
The United States and its NATO allies have been conducting an annual drill that is said to be Europe’s “largest artillery exercise” since the end of the Cold War in 1991.
Seniors, lose the weight but not the muscle in 2018
If you're a senior who's pledging to lose weight in 2018, be sure you're shedding excess fat without losing muscle and bone.
Researchers track muscle stem cell dynamics in response to injury, aging
A new study led by researchers at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) describes the biology behind why muscle stem cells respond differently to aging or injury.
Measuring muscle gap 'helps players back on their feet'
A new way of measuring the severity of muscle injuries could help footballers return to action more quickly, research suggested.
Scientists make progress toward heart muscle regeneration
Some organs, such as the liver, can regenerate if they are damaged. The heart, however, loses that ability shortly after birth, posing a problem for the treatment of conditions that degrade it.
Heart muscle grown from stem cells may help doctors test treatments
Although some medications cure conditions in a patient with no side effects, some drugs carry risk of side effects that generally cannot be predicted in individual patients until they are experienced during treatment — a reality that can be life threatening.
Repeated muscle stimulation can restore past-paralysis movement
Restoring movement after paralysis is difficult, and generally impossible, but researchers in Helsinki found long-term stimulation returned limited use of hands and feet in a recent study.
Building muscle can help fight heart disease
Having more muscle and less fat reduces the risk of early death in people with heart disease, a new study suggests.
Inactivity reduces muscle strength
New research reveals that it only takes two weeks of not using their legs for young people to lose a third of their muscular strength, leaving them on par with a person who is 40-50 years their senior. The Center for Healthy Aging and the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen conducted the research.
First contracting human muscle grown in laboratory
In a laboratory first, Duke researchers have grown human skeletal muscle that contracts and responds just like native tissue to external stimuli such as electrical pulses, biochemical signals and pharmaceuticals.

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