U.K. researchers report that “physical inactivity may theoretically be responsible for twice as many total deaths as high BMI…”
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A new study suggests that the power of exercise to lift depression may stem from chemical effects on the working muscles that then affect the brain.
Wouldn’t it be great to take little pill for combatting stress; something that allowed you to just laugh at all the bad drivers in Boston rather than screaming obscenities and giving everyone the finger? Apparently there’s something even better: exercise.
A new study finds that on average, fitter men tend to develop high blood pressure eight years later than less fit men.
A new study just presented at a European conference suggests that wine is indeed good for you, but only if you exercise.
The New Yorker discusses growing evidence that overdoing extreme exercise could damage the heart.
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.