Studies have suggested that, just as with athletes, hydrolysed collagen may help regenerate the damaged joints.
Norwegian company Hofseth BioCare is running its own trial investigating whether various forms of collagen can help people with mild to moderate osteoarthritis.
While the popular perception of collagen has long been linked to its uses in the cosmetic industry, these developments could help rethink the way we perceive this remarkable protein and perhaps find even more uses for it across the healthcare world.
ABC digital news journalist Hanan Dervisevic writes about dealing with the start of daylight saving, which starts in Australia on the first weekend in October. Dervisevic quotes Flinder University sleep expert Professor Emeritus Leon Lack, who suggests getting out into the sunshine first thing each morning leading up to the transition and on the Sunday and Monday mornings after the transition. Professor Lack says, 'You can help yourself by exposure to bright light in the morning, so when you wake up, go for a walk or maybe water the garden.' More information: https://www.abc.net.au/news/hanan-dervisevic/102860096
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