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Exercise can help manage type 1 diabetes, according to research findings. The three-month study looked at six type 1 diabetics who completed aerobic exercise. The researchers found these patients had better blood sugar control, used less insulin, and had fewer… Read More
In Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss and cognitive function may be improved with regular moderate exercise. Exercise is effective in Alzheimer’s disease because it improves the efficiency of memory-related brain activity.
The researchers uncovered the beneficial effects of exercise in seniors… Read More
Schizophrenia is a chronic brain disorder associated with hallucinations, paranoia, lost touch with reality, and an inability to express emotions. The most common treatment for schizophrenia is with medications such as antipsychotic drugs, but natural remedies can also go… Read More
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates nearly 5.1 million Americans have heart failure. Heart failure is the result of the heart not functioning properly and can lead to death. Aging is a large factor affecting the function of … Read More
Nearly 31 million senior Americans are not getting in enough exercise, thus increasing their risk of many illnesses and diseases. Coauthor Janet Fulton said, “Adults benefit from any amount of physical activity. Helping inactive people become more physically active… Read More
We always hear about the importance of diet and exercise for a strong heart, but which one is better? Well, a new study suggests that either one of the two, or a combination of both, can work wonders for improving… Read More
Alcohol drinkers may appreciate the latest health news: Moderate exercise has been shown to offset some of the harmful effects of alcohol consumption. Drinking alcohol has been linked to a number of negative health outcomes, but the new study suggests … Read More
Nocturia (excessive nighttime urination) risk is lower in physically active men. Males may experience nocturia due to an enlarged prostate, overproduction of urine, low bladder capacity, and sleep disturbances.
The researchers analyzed data from 28,404 men with pre-existing benign prostatic… Read More
Bad cholesterol can be lowered naturally through exercises like planks and daily workouts. The researchers at UCLA tested whether men who weight trained would have healthier HDL than men who lived a sedentary lifestyle. The researchers found that men who… Read More
If you haven’t heard about Pokemon Go, then you must be living in complete isolation – it’s EVERYWHERE! Pokemon Go took the world of gaming by storm a few weeks ago, and it seems like everyone just can’t… Read More
Just learned something new? Head out and exercise to help boost knowledge retention. The new, small study found that those who exercised after learning something knew had better knowledge retention compared to those who did not. What’s important to keep… Read More
Dormant butt syndrome (DBS) – weak gluteal muscles – raises chronic knee, hip, and back pain risk. Knee, hip, and back pain is a growing problem in Americans, and researchers suggest many of these incidences have to do with what… Read More
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