Journal of Aging Science is one of the renowned top access journals in the field of Aging. This journal is a top leading podium for gaining and exchanging knowledge about novel research done in the associated field.
Aging is an interesting fields which are concerned with aging, reproductive aging, aging skin, biomarkers of aging, cognitive-aging, dementia, frailty, healthy-aging, geriatrics.. It involves developing devices and procedures that solve medical and health-related problems by combining their knowledge of biology and medicine with engineering principles and practices.
Heat stress is one of hypertrophic stimuli for skeletal muscle. It has been proposed that heat stress may be a countermeasure for prevention of muscle atrophy. Recently, heat stress-associated skeletal muscle hypertrophy has been reported in aged (106-week old) mice. These evidences strongly suggested that the application of heat stress could induce muscular hypertrophy and could improve muscle function in elderly people. Katsumasa Goto, Effects of Catechin-Ingestion and Heat Stress on the Maximum Isometric Force in Knee Extension, the Volume of Quadriceps Muscle, and Serum Thiobarbituric Acid Reactive Substances Level in Healthy Elderly Women.
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