How Genes May Thwart Seniors’ Exercise Gains

Vigorous exercise ‘cuts chance of flu’ by around 10%

The full study, ” Genetic Influence on Exercise-Induced Changes in Physical function among mobility-limited older adults ” is published in Physiological Genomics . The new study examines the ACE I/D gene and whether its variationsthe ID, DD, and II genotypesimpact some seniors’ ability to fully reap the benefits of exercise. Physiology is the study of how molecules, cells, tissues, and organs function in health and disease. Authors are Thomas W.
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Over the winter flu season, 4.7% of people were believed to have flu compared to 6% the previous year. Some 5% of children were reported to have flu, compared to almost 8% the previous year. More research will need to be done into the effects of vigorous exercise in warding off the flu, but fresh data shows it can help reduce the chance of catching it, experts have said. Dr Alma Adler, research fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explained: We’re really interested in the preliminary findings around fitness activity and flu-like illness, as exercise is something that everyone can do to reduce your chance of having flu. We need to treat this result cautiously http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm as these are preliminary findings, however they are consistent with findings for other conditions and really show the health benefits of exercise.
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