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Exercise


The Exercise That Helps Heart Health

The Exercise That Helps Heart Health

While HDL is considered the “good” cholesterol that helps keep arteries functioning, not all HDL does its heart-protection job very well. But researchers at UCLA have found an exercise that makes your HDL better at keeping your cardiovascular system in tip-top shape.

Get More Sleep To Sweep Away More Mental Clutter

Get More Sleep To Sweep Away More Mental Clutter

The basics of taking care of yourself — drinking plenty of water, eating fresh and healthy foods on the periphery of the grocery store (and not the aisles), staying active, and making time for sleep — will always win out over the most recent miracle-working snake oil on the market.

Research: For Post-Traumatic Stress Relief, Stretching And Meditation Work

Research: For Post-Traumatic Stress Relief, Stretching And Meditation Work

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that is increasingly being diagnosed by physicians throughout the Nation. With more cases of PTSD cropping up, more research of the condition is being conducted—and a recently published study indicates PTSD sufferers can benefit from alternative therapies.

Bloomberg: Government Probably Shouldn’t Force Exercise- UPDATE Judge Strikes Down Nanny Mayor’s Soda Ban

Bloomberg: Government Probably Shouldn’t Force Exercise- UPDATE Judge Strikes Down Nanny Mayor’s Soda Ban

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has not been shy about using the force of government to promote his public health initiatives when it comes to banning sodas that he feels are too big, smoking, fatty foods, bottle feeding infants, guns and Styrofoam. But asked whether government should also force people to exercise, even the mayor […]

Supersized Backlash

Supersized Backlash

A recent study sought to determine if modernization, which often correlates with a sedentary lifestyle, is a major contributing factor to obesity and heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States.

Fat, Lazy A Disease?

Fat, Lazy A Disease?

A new paper politely referred to the increasingly fat, lazy nature of the human population as an “inactivity epidemic.” And guess what? The “inactivity epidemic” (being fat and lazy) is responsible for one out of every 10 deaths worldwide.

Pump Iron To Prevent Diabetes

Pump Iron To Prevent Diabetes

By simply taking a half hour out of your day for resistance exercise and working a brisk walk or run into your busy schedule, you can greatly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.

Schools To Monitor Obesity In Students

A group of Bay Shore, N.Y., school students will soon be wearing a watch-like device that allows school officials to track how active they are, officials say.

Study: Regular Exercise Can Improve Sleep

A new study published in Mental Health and Physical Activity finds that people who exercise regularly sleep significantly better and remain more alert throughout the day.

Staying Socially Active May Prevent Age-Related Disability

Research that was recently published in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences suggests that senior citizens with active social lives may improve their chances of staying strong and mobile as they age. 

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