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Experimental Physiology

Scientific journal publishing physiological research papers.

Experimental Physiology publishes research papers that report novel insights into homeostatic and adaptive responses in health, as well as those that further our understanding of pathophysiological mechanisms in disease. We encourage papers that embrace the journal’s orientation of translation and integration, including studies of the adaptive responses to exercise, acute and chronic environmental stressors, growth and aging, and diseases where integrative homeostatic mechanisms play a key role in the response to and evolution of the disease process. Examples of such diseases include hypertension, heart failure, hypoxic lung disease, endocrine and neurological disorders. We are also keen to publish research that has a translational aspect or clinical application. Comparative physiology work that can be applied to aid the understanding human physiology is also encouraged.

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Experimental Physiology News

Rugby players experience decline in cognitive function within just one season

BBC - 30-Aug-2021

Players saw a decline in both blood flow to brain and cognition, regardless of concussions

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Hot yoga has no health benefits over other yoga

New Scientist - 19-Jan-2018

Most forms of yoga are thought to aid relaxation and muscle strengthening. But hot yoga, which ty...

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Heart repair

New Scientist - 08-Feb-2017

Exercise doesn’t just make your heart go faster – it might fix it too. 30 minutes running on a t...

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