July 1, 2020
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The authors of this meta-analysis of 46 multinational randomized, controlled trials exploring the association between long-term exercise training and risk of serious outcomes in adults older than 60 years of age noted a statistically significant reduction in risk for some fall-related outcomes depending on the frequency and intensity of exercise training.
The authors of this small, randomized, controlled trial found that Cognitively Based Compassion Training, a group-based technique taught to parents, was associated with decreased hair level of cortisol (a marker of decreased stress) in children whose parents completed this training.
For people with mild-to-moderate ulcerative colitis and who have symptoms and serum markers of inflammation and oxidation, some preliminary findings demonstrate both benefit and no difference when using 2 grams of ginger daily for 12 weeks vs. placebo.