Effects of aging on nitric oxide bioavailability, physiological function, and exercise performance.

Nitric Oxide - Biology and Chemistry, Volume 125-126, 1 August 2022

Worldwide, individuals are living longer. This population aging is associated with an anticipated increase in the burden of the leading causes of death in modern societies — chronic, degenerative diseases such as cardiovascular, kidney and Alzheimer's disease — which is largely driven by age-related declines in physiological function. Engaging in healthy lifestyle practices that preserve physiological function with age has important implications for reducing the risk of morbidity and mortality and preserving healthspan — the period of an individual's life when one is generally healthy and devoid of serious chronic disorders. In this regard, regular exercise and physical activity are considered key “first line” strategies for healthy aging.

Measurement: Food,
Volume 7,

A literature quantitative research analysis carried out via Scopus, researching publications on food dyes and their related health relationship. Consumers are becoming increasingly interested in the link between additives such as food dyes and overall food quality.

Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology,
Volume 74,

Elemental selenium, a new type of selenium supplement, can be biosynthesized via microorganisms. This study is to characterize a patent probiotic bacteria Enterococcus durans A8–1, capable of reducing selenite (Se6+ or Se4+) to elemental selenium (Se0) with the formation of Se nanoparticles (SeNPs).

Experimental Eye Research, Volume 221, August 2022

This research provides the first evidence of AD-related Aβ pathology outside the brain. Lens Aβ can be noninvasively measured in vivo for early AD detection and monitoring.
PPI network analysis of potential targets of trans-UCA involved in spatial memory. (A) PPI network based on STRING database showed 39 potential targets. (B) PPI network based on Cytoscape 3.7.2 software showed 39 potential targets.

Physiology and Behavior, Volume 252, 1 August 2022

The results of this study suggest that trans-UCA facilitates spatial memory in the Y-maze test and OLR task and may offer therapeutic potential for Alzheimer's disease (AD).
Elsevier, The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 18, July 2022
An Article on depression among middle-aged and older people, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on a machine learning approach to predictors of depression.
Elsevier, The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 18, July 2022
An Article on stress-related disorders, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on the association betweent these disorders and mortality.
A Viewpoint, in the context of SDG 3 and 9, exploring the impact and potential of China's Smart Eldercare model, which harnesses digital technologies to improve the quality of life of China's fast-expanding ageing population, including nearly 10 million people with Alzheimer's disease.
Elsevier, The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 6, July 2022
The quantitative literature on climate change and mental health is growing rapidly. However, the methodological quality of the evidence is heterogeneous, and there is scope for methodological improvement and innovation. The first section of this Personal View provides a snapshot of current methodological trends and issues in the quantitative literature on climate change and mental health, drawing on literature collected through a previous scoping review.

Building and Environment, Volume 219, 1 July 2022

Climate vulnerability modelling of Welsh (UK) housing stock. Propensity for summertime overheating and moisture build up in a majority of Welsh housing. Cooling and ventilation strategies will be required to mitigate future discomfort, whilst ensuring occupant health and wellbeing.