Exercise may not prevent diabetes in pregnant women
Exercise and a healthy diet may not be able to prevent gestational diabetes in pregnant women.
Mortality – how to beat it
Stop….and savour with gratitude the beauty of that Christmas card, the gift, the tree, the dinner, the phone call from a friend, the smile of the girl at the checkout as she says ‘Merry Christmas’. Hang your heart and ears for a moment on the hello and goodbye of the person you are speaking to on the phone and savour the beauty of that exchange…as if it was forever.
Evening exercise does not affect sleep
Contrary to popular belief, evening sleep does not affect sleep negatively.
Activate your metabolism with a single bout of exercise
A new study shows that even a single bout of semi intense exercise can activate glucose metabolism for a few...
Strength training better for heart health
Static exercises are more strongly associated with reducing heart disease risks than dynamic exercises.
Weight training protects against cardiovascular disease
Weight training for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke.
How to reduce childhood risk of type 2 diabetes
Vigorous exercise can reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in children.
Father's exercise improves metabolic health of children
Lifestyle changes such as exercise in fathers are important to give their children a healthy start.
Virtual Reality results in pain reduction during exercise
Virtual Reality devices can reduce pain and effort associated with exercise.
10 minutes of mild exercise can improve memory function
Mild exercises such as yoga and tai chi can improve your memory function.
How to motivate sedentary university students to be physically active
Required physical activity classes in college encourage sedentary students to be physically active.
Is there a link between exercise and early menopause?
The amount of physical activity is not associated with early menopause.
More exercise does not mean better mental health
Exercise is linked to improved mental health but more exercise makes it worse.
Vigorous exercise determines successful ageing
Older adults who exercise above the recommended levels have a reduced risk of developing chronic disease resulting in successful ageing.