If you want to maintain a healthy and young body, you’d best start working.
Everybody should try to stay well hydrated — seniors more so than others.
Exercising is almost never bad for you.
Scientists paired music composition software with sensors attached to the fitness machines.
A study found moderately drinking wine lowered risk of premature death more than exercising.
Being healthy doesn’t mean losing weight.
Time to hit the gym!
That sounds more like wizardry than science.
Who said you can’t run from your problems?
It’s all a matter of perspective.
A new study suggests a moderate workout improves neuroplasticity.
Move if you want to be happy!
Some pretty impressive results for team competition.
Here’s one more benefit of exercise (as if we needed more): it can help you fight cancer.
Exercise is good for you, we all know that. Even better with drugs.
Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) researchers have taken what they describe as “the first step toward a pill that can replace the treadmill” for the control of obesity – they have developed a pill which can turn white (bad) fat into brown (good) fat. Personally, I’m not a believer in a magic cure for qetting rid of those extra pounds.
A study which monitored the health habits of 2,235 men over a 35-year period has found that exercise significantly reduces the risk of dementia. It may seem like common sense, but it can never be emphasized too much: a healthy lifestyle ensures a longer… healthier life – it’s basically as simple as that. Published by researchers from Cardiff University, the
“We found that adding low amounts of physical activity to one’s daily routine, such as 75 minutes of brisk walking per week, was associated with increased longevity: a gain of 1.8 years of life expectancy after age 40, compared with doing no such activity,” explained Harvard Medical School Professor of Medicine I-Min Lee. 75 minutes of walking per week is
Almost half of all patients who suffered some sort of heart failure slip into depression, even though some of them live another few decades after the event. But exercise really is a miracle worker – according to doctors, even in such a delicate case, it can significantly help patients overcome their depression. Researchers randomly assigned more than 2,300 heart failure