Bone hormone released during exercise may lead to new memory-loss drug


Uwe Umstätter/plainpicture By Yvaine Ye Busy feet, better memory. A hormone released by bone during exercise improves memory storage and retrieval in aged mice – and a new study into the way it operates has identified a protein that could form the basis of a treatment for age-related memory loss. As we get older, the gearwheels that keep our body functioning – such as hormone secretion and cell regeneration – turn at a slower rate. For instance,
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