The Effects of Soy and Whey Protein Supplementation on Acute Hormonal Responses to Resistance Exercise in Men-
With protein supplement use by athletes on the rise, a group of researchers expanded upon prior research examining the effects of soy and whey protein supplementation on testosterone, sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), and cortisol responses to an acute bout of resistance exercise. Their study, "The Effects of Soy and Whey Protein Supplementation on Acute Hormonal Responses to Resistance Exercise in Men" is the 2014 Ragus Award Winner as Best Article from the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, the official publication of the American College of Nutrition.
Minority background, low education, and low income negatively influence HPV vaccine series completion-
New research suggests reasons behind completion rates for the HPV vaccine in young women.
Children have an increasing attraction towards electronic media in their play. With video games, phones, and the internet in abundance, this article in Educational Psychology examines if such leisure activity is impacting children’s cognition or academic performance, or whether it would be more beneficial to read.
South Africa is the epicentre of the HIV and AIDS epidemic with a staggering 6.4 million HIV infected citizens. In 1990 the WHO reported just 386 cases in South Africa. Over the next 15 years, despite warnings from scientists and policy makers, a tidal wave of infections ensued. How can policy and health provision cope to improve the outlook? The article ‘The end of AIDS: Possibility or pipe dream? A tale of transitions’ published in the African Journal of AIDS Research strategically examines the whole epidemic and identifies economic, epidemiological, and programmatic points for transition and future improvement.