Jump to content

The Librarian

George Strait- A love without end, amen

Topic Summary

Created

Last Reply

Replies

Views

The Librarian -
The Librarian -
1
177

Top Posters


Recommended Posts



  • Similar Content

    • Guest Nicole
      By Guest Nicole
      Exercise changes the brains and sperm of male animals in ways that later affect the brains and thinking skills of their offspring, according to a fascinating new study involving mice.
      The findings indicate that some of the brain benefits of physical activity may be passed along to children, even if a father does not begin to exercise until adulthood.
      We already have plenty of scientific evidence showing that exercise is good for our brains, whether we are mice or people. Among other effects, physical activity can strengthen the connections between neurons in the hippocampus, a crucial part of the brain involved in memory and learning. Stronger neuronal connections there generally mean sharper thinking.
      Studies also indicate that exercise, like other aspects of lifestyle, can alter how genes work — whether and when they get turned on or off, for instance — and those changes can get passed on to children. This process is known as epigenetics.

      Hello guest! Please register or sign in (it's free) to view the hidden content.
  • Who Was Online   107 Users were Online in the Last 24 Hours   (Most members ever online in 24 hour was 107, last accomplished on .)

  • Forum Statistics

    58,298
    Total Topics
    103,339
    Total Posts
  • Member Statistics

    15,857
    Total Members
    1,592
    Most Online
    Ashlan
    Newest Member
    Ashlan
    Joined




×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Service Confirmation Terms of Use Privacy Policy Guidelines We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.