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Should You Exercise If You’re Feeling Sick?

Exercise is part of building a healthy immune system. It can also help temporarily relieve symptoms associated with illness. Knowing that, it seems like exercise during illness is a no-brainer. But it’s not that simple. So, if you’re feeling sick, should you exercise? The best answer is that it depends. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, there here to read more

The More Exercise People Do in Midlife, the Better Their Brain Health in Later Life

Researchers have found that the more exercise middle-aged adults get, the better their brain health. It has long been known that exercise can improve mental health, but this new study has found evidence on the importance of keeping active in midlife. The study published in Neurology analyzed information from 1,604 volunteers taking part in an here to read more

How to Work Strength Training into Your Routine

I get that you don’t want to start a strength training routine. It’s hard work, intimidating, and a young person’s game. It’s also one of the most beneficial things you can do. Especially if you’re 50, 60, 70-plus, or older. Building strength helps keep your bones and muscles strong and healthy. It can improve mobility, here to read more


Virtual Reality Training Leads to Physical Activity and Improved Cognitive Function

A lack of physical activity has been shown to affect cognitive function negatively, but new research from Tohoku University has found an exciting way to use virtual training to “trick” the brain into thinking it is moving when it is still. For patients who are suffering or recovering from long-term diseases, utilizing immersive virtual reality here to read more

What Should Exercise Feel Like?

Exercise rarely looks easy. Athletes gasp for air during breaks, and joggers go huffing and puffing past you. No pain, no gain, right? Isn’t it called working out? But what is a normal feeling while exercising? Should your heart be racing during a workout? Not necessarily. Sometimes your body needs to tell you to slow here to read more

Exercise Regularly to Prevent High Blood Pressure Even Where Air Pollution Is Relatively High

For people with high blood pressure, getting plenty of exercise is extremely important. However, some people feel that if they live in an area with high air pollution, they should not exercise outdoors as it may do more harm than good. According to new research published in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation, people who here to read more