New research from the University of Surrey and the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery at King’s College London has found that physical activity—specifically walking—can improve the quality of life in those with advanced cancer.
Previous research has shown… Read More
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients may improve their health with simple exercises like walking. Heart disease is a major cause of death among kidney disease patients, and exercise can help reduce the risk of heart disease – and keep the… Read More
Ataxia is a neurological movement disorder that affects muscle coordination, disrupts balance and impairs walking. The effects of ataxia are due to damage caused to the cerebellum – a part of the brain that controls muscle coordination.
There are many… Read More
Osteoarthritis can cause knee pain, but combatting that knee pain may be as easy as walking. The older we get the more it seems our joints start to hurt. All the years of being active finally catch up with us… Read More
Walking is a simple exercise most of us do daily. Walking gets us from point A to point B, whatever those points may be. Walking can be done by just about anyone and is a good way to improve your… Read More
Vascular disease is one of the most common causes of death worldwide, and for many people prolonged sitting is a contributing factor, but there is a way to reverse vascular dysfunction if you have a sedentary lifestyle.
Vascular health focuses… Read More