bones

bones News

Decoded: How muscles build bones during exercise

“It establishes for the first time a molecule released from muscle during exercise can act directly on long bones to increase their strength. These are the bones utilised during exercise and also the ones most likely to break,” explained Zaidi, professor of medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Declining mobility caused brittle bones in humans: Study

Rather than urbanisation or diet, rise of agriculture and fall in mobility has led to lighter, brittle bones among humans today.

Advertising

Titanic II titan unveils Australian dinosaur park plan

He already has two of the towering creatures named Jeff and Bones on display

Boy finds intact carcass of 30,000-year-old woolly mammoth

Zhenya discovered the body 3 kilometres from Sopkarga polar meteorological station.

Lethal Charm

America’s favourite serial killer Dexter Morgan strikes India.

Manipur,Myanmar transit points in animal parts trade

The seizure of the skull and bones of a full-grown tiger and scales of pangolin — the total value of which has been estimated to be not less than Rs 3 crore in the international grey market

Advertising

Overuse of osteoporosis drugs 'could make limbs weaker': Study

Drugs used to treat osteoporosis could make limbs easier to break if used for too long,new studies have found.

It’s official: Beer is good for your bones

Beer can help strengthen the bones and prevent fractures in old age,a new study has confirmed.

Fluorine in tea could weaken bones,say researchers

Prolonged consumption of tea could weaken human bones due to the presence of toxic fluorine in tea beverages,Japanese researchers say.

Parkinson’s? Your bones are at risk

People with Parkinson’s disease have an elevated risk of developing fragile bones and fractures over time...

bones Videos

JNU becomes hub of druggists after 8 pm: BJP MLA

Ramgarh, Feb 23 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party MLA from Ramgarh Gyandev Ahuja in a bizarre comment over the Jawaharlal Nehru row said that JNU becomes a hub of druggists after 8pm. He said 50,000 pieces of bones, 3,000 used condoms, 500 used abortion injections and 10,000 cigarette buds, are found in JNU waste every day. He added that girls and boys dance naked in cultural programmes at JNU which are witnessed by druggists.

Advertising