Exercise: one size does not fit all

In this week’s article, we are reviewing current evidence that looks at why individuals should complete both resistance and endurance training, if they wish to see a positive response in both their strength and cardiovascular fitness. The STRUETH (Studies of Twin Responses to Understand Exercise as a Therapy) study investigated [...]

Molecular Mechanisms Linking Exercise to Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body which form a mass known as a tumour. They have the capacity to develop their own blood vessels (angiogenesis) which supply the tumour with sufficient energy to grow (proliferation). One in two people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, the [...]

Can we eat to starve cancer?

In this week’s article, we are discussing a Ted Talk titled ‘Can we eat to starve cancer?’ presented by William Li, a researcher, doctor and Medical Director of the Angiogenesis Foundation. So firstly, can we eat to starve cancer? The answer is a resounding yes! What is angiogenesis and what does it have to do with [...]

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