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Hot yoga no healthier than traditional form
One of the most popular forms of yoga, which requires participants to pull agonizing poses in 40 degree heat, is no healthier than traditional yoga, a study has found.
Yoga in the workplace can reduce back pain, sickness absence
By Dr. Ned Hartfiel* & Rhiannon Tudor Edwards *
Yoga, aerobics may help with heart disease risk factors
A combination of yoga and aerobic exercise may benefit people with heart disease.
Yoga may help breast cancer patients struggling to sleep
A certain type of yoga may provide lasting benefits for breast cancer patients who have trouble sleeping, researchers reported.
Yoga closer to be inscribed in UNESCO
Yoga was inscribed in UNESCOs Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity during the 11th session of Intergovernmental Committee held from November 28 to December 2, 2016 at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Does yoga actually aggravate injuries?
Yoga is amazing for so many things. Flexibility. Mental health. Strength. Menopausal symptoms. Balance, according to metro.co.uk.
International Yoga Day marked in India
Yoga practitioners have taken a relaxing break to bend, twist, and pose for the annual event celebrating the practice, especially in the country where it began.
Meditation, yoga can 'reverse' DNA reactions
Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation and yoga don't simply relax us; they can 'reverse' the molecular reactions in our DNA which cause ill-health and depression, according to a study by the universities of Coventry and Radboud.
Study: Yoga may alleviate prostate cancer treatment side effects
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine have found that yoga may help alleviate negative side effects of prostate cancer treatment.
Yoga may help relieve asthma symptoms
Yoga seems to provide small improvements in symptoms and quality of life in people with asthma, according to a new review.
Yoga reduces risk factors of heart disease: Study
A new research suggests that yoga can help individuals reduce risk factors of heart disease, particularly if they cannot do other forms of vigorous exercise.
Yoga may improve spine curvature for scoliosis patients
A new study, led by Dr. Loren Fishman of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, claims performing a single yoga pose for 90 seconds for at least 3 days a week could reduce spine curvature in patients with scoliosis in as little as 3 months.

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