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Moderate Exercise Reduces Inflammation at The Cellular Level, New Study Finds

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A new study found that moderate exercise reduced inflammatory markers by altering gene expression in bone marrow cells. Image for illustration purposes
A new study found that moderate exercise reduced inflammatory markers by altering gene expression in bone marrow cells. Image for illustration purposes

Medical News Today

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  • Researchers investigated the effects of exercise on inflammation in mice. 
  • They found that regular moderate exercise reduces inflammatory markers in mice. 
  • This was due to epigenetic changes that affected the expression of genes responsible for the inflammatory responses of certain immune cells.
  • Further studies are needed to see if these findings translate to humans. 

Inflammation happens when the body’s immune system has a reaction. This could be to pathogens such as germs, foreign bodies, and anything else the immune system recognizes as foreign.

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https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/moderate-exercise-reduces-inflammation-at-the-cellular-level

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