Canadian Science Publishing (NRC Research Press)

NRC Research Press is a scientific publisher in Canada. It publishes 15 journals in a broad range of scientific and technical disciplines. All journals are available online full-text in both pdf and HTML format and are accessible before print publication. NRC Research Press was originally the publishing arm of National Research Council Canada - Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (NRC-CISTI). Since September 2010, it is a private, not-for-profit company called "Canadian Science Publishing". It continues to operate under the brand NRC Research Press.

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Neuroscience

Using exercise to reduce glutamate build-up in the brain

In a new study published today in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, scientists from the University of Guelph have found that exercise has the potential to decrease toxic build-up in the brain, reducing the severity ...

Health

Building muscle without heavy weights

Weight training at a lower intensity but with more repetitions may be as effective for building muscle as lifting heavy weights says a new opinion piece in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.

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Beef Up: Middle-aged men may need more to maintain muscle mass

People tend to lose muscle mass as they age; researchers are investigating ways to delay or counteract age-related muscle loss. A study conducted by the Exercise Metabolism Research Group at McMaster University suggests that ...

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Health benefits of wild blueberries abound

Wild blueberries are a rich source of phytochemicals called polyphenols, which have been reported by a growing number of studies to exert a wide array of protective health benefits. A new study by researchers at the University ...

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Getting the most from your stretching routine

The conclusions of a systematic review of hundreds of studies contradict the most common static stretching findings from the last 15 years. This research is available today in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism ...

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