Mouse studies seem to suggest that the best way to promote the growth of neurons and their interconnections is to “keep moving.”
There may be a promising new drug to halt osteoarthritis, the bone and cartilage loss associated with aging.
The advice to “keep moving” isn’t going to cure the obesity crisis, however. That’s best addressed by reducing calorie intake. One important benefit for doing so: forty percent of U.S. cancers are linked to obesity, with women especially being affected.
But fish at your market prepared by North Korean slave labor in China, whatever its dietary benefits, finances Kim Jong-un’s nuclear missile program.
On a brighter note, tonight we will be joining the millions planet-wide enjoying that pumpkin in the sky, the harvest moon.