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Exercise and watch your life lengthen

The Hindu - ‎11 hours ago‎
It may be passé to suggest that physical exercise is good for you but there is evidence from an unusual source that explains just how - at the level of individual cells - exercise keeps the body from ageing.
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Regular Mental and Physical Exercise Helps Aging Brains

Newsmax - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
The beneficial effects of physical and mental exercise on brain health are already well established. A new American study has helped further pinpoint the impact of these two forms of exercise on the brains of aging adults. Aerobic exercise was found to ...

Physical exercise alone is really not enough to boost brain health - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The beneficial effects of physical and mental exercise on brain health are already well established. A new American study has helped further pinpoint the impact of these two forms of exercise on the brains of ageing adults. Aerobic exercise was found ...

Mental And Physical Exercises May Boost Cognitive Ability, Memory, Problem Solving Skills In Just 12 Weeks

Medical Daily - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
If you think your memory is going, try going for a bike ride, and if you think your problem solving skills are deteriorating with age, try some cognitive exercises because it may help you regain years of brain function, according to a new study ...

MR shows mental and physical exercise improve brain health in different ways - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
MR imaging has shown that both mental and physical exercise benefit the brain, but in different ways, according to a new study from the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas.

A new formula for exercise? Study suggests 1 hour of activity per 8 hours of sitting

Washington Post - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
This study is the latest to recommend a higher threshold for the minimum amount of exercise. Another prominent study, published last October in the journal Circulation, argued that physical activity and heart failure may be "dose dependent," with ...

Heavy Manual Labor, Not Leisure-Time Exercise, Tied to AF Risk

Medscape - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
Previous studies in nonathletes have reported that leisure-time physical activity increases, decreases, or has no effect on incident AF, and studies in elite athletes suggest that vigorous physical exercise ups this risk, but this is still ...

Exercise essential for strong mind

Reedsburg Times Press - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
“Researchers generally agree that one of the most important things you can do to improve memory and protect yourself from memory loss is to make physical exercise a part of your life,” said Cummings, co-owner of New Life Physical Therapy. “Movement and ...
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Menopause may rob women of exercise 'high'

Futurity: Research News - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
Now scientists have found a connection between lack of ovarian hormones and changes in the brain's pleasure center—a hotspot in the brain that processes and reinforces messages related to reward, pleasure, activity, and motivation for physical exercise.

Outcome of knee surgery no better compared to physical exercise

Northern California News - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
Surgery for knee arthoscopy could be replaced by three exercises that are considered possessing same healing potential. Two million people around the world undergo this surgery for meniscal tears, which is damage to the crescent-shaped cartilage.

Brain changes after menopause may lead to lack of physical activity

EurekAlert (press release) - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
... assistant professor of nutrition and exercise physiology at MU. "This is especially frustrating for women, who already are dealing with significant changes to their bodies.

Forget New Year's; start a summer workout instead

Amsterdam News - ‎9 hours ago‎
Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her research, she has noticed that exercise patterns fluctuate from season to season ...
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Lack of exercise from middle age second to smoking as highest death risk in men

iNews - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
Men who opt for slouching on the couch over physical exercise are more likely to die sooner than those who stay active. Poor fitness is more dangerous than high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, Swedish researchers found.

Exercise Boosts Telomere Transcription

The Scientist - ‎Jul 27, 2016‎
“The novelty and merit of this work is that the authors demonstrate, for the first time, that [telomere transcription] occurs in response to physical exercise in a physiological system—human muscle,” Claus Azzalin, who studies telomere transcription ...
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Lack of exercise costly: study

Winnipeg Free Press - ‎22 hours ago‎
IT'S been deemed one of the 10 leading risk factors for death, but it turns out physical inactivity also comes with a hefty tab: US$67.5 billion.

An hour of exercise a day may compensate for an 'office lifestyle'

NHS Choices - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
However, people who did the most physical activity did not have an increased risk of death, regardless of how many hours a day they spent sitting.

Exercise During Cancer Treatment Keeps Mind And Body Strong

Huffington Post Canada - ‎Jul 28, 2016‎
However, evidence-based research shows that people living with cancer can and should keep exercising or add some physical activity into their lives. Sunnybrook has introduced new exercise guidelines for people with cancer based on recommendations ...

West-metro trainer helps clients get physical, go digital

Minneapolis Star Tribune - ‎Jul 29, 2016‎
Each studio has its own private Facebook group, where hundreds of members chat about exercise sessions, swap recipes, share jokes and describe personal fitness struggles as well as successes.

Move It Monday: Cardio Exercises

Siouxland Matters - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
250000 deaths annually are attributed to not taking part in enough physical exercise. That includes, a healthy cardio routine.