The New Yorker discusses growing evidence that overdoing extreme exercise could damage the heart.
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A study suggests that for optimal smarts when facing a mental challenge, working out for 20 minutes beforehand might be best.
The New York Times reports on a study that found that youthful fitness seems to translate to less cognitive decline in middle age.
According to a new study, exercise offers the ultimate health benefit, even to people who aren’t particularly healthy and suffer from elevated blood pressure and cholesterol levels or oversized waist lines. What’s the benefit? A longer life.
Mothers’ increased physical activity boosted children’s moderate and vigorous activity overall, researchers report.
A unique retailer of exercise videos goes out of business.
A neuroscience study finds that in mice, exercise can offset the tendency for obesity to “gum up” the brain.
Two recent reports re-emphasize everything you already know, but with added detail: fitness (and that involves weight, nutrition, exercise and overcoming a sedentary lifestyle) matters.
A new study finds that exercise may even be good for our eyes, by helping to stave off nerve degeneration in the retina.
There are about 2,617,682 men currently living with prostate cancer in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute. And sometimes, at this age, it seems like everywhere you look, another man is getting diagnosed, watching and waiting, or getting treated for prostate cancer. Exercise has already been shown to lower the risk of …