A neuroscience study finds that in mice, exercise can offset the tendency for obesity to “gum up” the brain.
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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 …
A study of postmenopausal women links excess sedentary time with an increased risk of all-cause mortality.
Researchers report that people who consistently stuck to four or five “healthy behaviors” (regular exercise, no-smoking, a low bodyweight, a healthy diet and low alcohol intake) “experienced a 60 percent decline in dementia and cognitive decline – with exercise being the strongest mitigating factor – as well as 70 percent fewer instances of diabetes, heart disease and stroke, compared with people who followed none.”
A new study finds that exercise may help preserve hearing.
A Wall Street Journal writer says “fit is the new rich.”
New research finds that women who exercise while pregnant may boost their babies’ brain development.
New research helps explain why exercise helps keep your brain healthy.