Male runners who do not produce enough energy from their diet are at higher risk of stress fractures, a new study reports.
The Finnish concept of Sisu refers to a universal phenomenon of latent energy in the human system that enables individuals to persevere and break through unbearable challenges, researchers say.
Researchers say those who refrain from drinking alcohol during 'Dry January' experience better sleep quality, lose more weight and have more energy than those who don't participate.
Researchers argue consciousness may be caused by the way the brain generates energetic feedback loops.
Researchers explore the exercise paradox, the feeling of wanting to become more physically active, but despite our best intentions, people actually become less active. The study reports our brains may simply be wired to want to conserve energy.
The same processes that regulate neural activity during sleep may also play a role in attention, researchers report.
A newly developed artificial synapse could have implications for use in AI computing.
Researchers report the brain conserves energy by forgetting unnecessary information learned.