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Man runs marathon in apartment as China fights virus with exercise
A fanatical runner jogged the equivalent of an ultra-marathon inside his small apartment as people in virus-hit China desperately try to keep fit while cooped up indoors.
High-tempo music may make exercise easier and more beneficial
With the start of the new year, gyms are at their busiest and many people are trying to establish a workout routine to improve their health. Getting an edge by making exercise easier and more effective could be the difference between success and guiltily returning to the warm embrace of the couch. What if doing something as simple as listening to a particular type of music could give you that edge?
Commuters may get less sleep and exercise
People with full-time jobs who endure long commutes may be more likely to have sleep problems and sedentary lifestyles than counterparts who work closer to home, a Swedish study suggests.
'Four hours to walk off pizza calories' warning works
Food packs should display how much exercise a person would need to take to burn off the calories contained in the product, UK researchers say.
What is exercise addiction?
When does something healthy, such as exercise, become an unhealthy obsession? And can apps make things worse?
UK children do an hour less of exercise each day by the time they turn 11: Study
UK children do an hour less of exercise each day by the time they finish primary school, a study has suggested.
Exercise levels predict lifespan better than smoking, medical history
Wearable activity trackers may pave the way for a better method to predict short term death risk, suggests a new study, which found that exercise data was more accurate than other risk factors, such as smoking and medical history.
Limiting mealtimes may increase exercise motivation
Limiting access to food in mice increases levels of the hormone, ghrelin, which may also increase motivation to exercise, according to a study published in the Journal of Endocrinology.
Exercise especially important for older people with heart disease
It is well-known that exercise is good for cardiac health, but older adults tend to fall through the cracks when it comes to rehabilitation programs. Now, a study has shown that these individuals have the most to gain.
Daily exercise of less than 15 minutes a day could extend your life expectancy by three years, study finds
Exercising for just 13 minutes a day could extend life expectancy by three years, researchers have found.
Parkinson’s patients benefit from “gamified” home exercise
Exercise is always difficult to sustain for more than a short period, in most cases. This is all the more true if you’re already sick or in pain, or find movements difficult, as with Parkinson’s disease.
Exercise in pregnancy improves health of obese mothers, study finds
Exercise immediately prior to and during pregnancy restores key tissues in the body, making them better able to manage blood sugar levels and lowering the risk of long term health problems, suggests new research carried out in mice.
Social media use 'disrupting teen sleep and exercise'
Using social media isn't directly harming teenagers — but it can reduce the time they spend on healthy activities, such as sleeping and exercising, a study suggests.
Aerobic exercise programs may improve endurance, walking after stroke
Stroke survivors who completed group-based aerobic exercise programs similar in design and duration to cardiac rehabilitation programs significantly improved their aerobic endurance and walking ability, according to new research in Journal of the American Heart Association, the Open Access Journal of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
Exercise improves brain function  in overweight and obese individuals
New findings out of the University of Tübingen showed that, on top of its benefits for metabolism, mood, and general health, exercise also improves brain function.

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