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Exercise can boost brain cell growth in Alzheimer's
There are plenty of reasons to work out, and this may be another: Exercise promotes the growth of new brain cells that improve thinking in mice with a form of Alzheimer's disease, a new study finds.
Quarter of world population is inactive, at risk of heart disease and cancer
A new study by the World Health Organization shows that 1.4 billion people take too little exercise, and are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and cancer.
WHO warning over global lack of exercise
Very little progress has been made in reducing levels of inactivity worldwide, experts have warned.
Antioxidants don't relieve muscle soreness after exercise
Consuming lots of antioxidants through foods or supplements may not reduce muscle soreness after exercise, a research review suggested.
Eating breakfast burns more carbs during exercise
Eating breakfast before exercise may ‘prime’ the body to burn carbohydrates during exercise and more rapidly digest food after working out, University of Bath researchers have found.
Regular exercise 'best for mental health'
Regular physical activity lasting 45 minutes three to five times a week can reduce poor mental health — but doing more than that is not always beneficial, a large US study suggests.
Exercising too hard can be harmful for your mental health
Exercise in excess won’t make you fitter physically or mentally. A new study shows you the optimum amount of exercise for you and exercising every day leads to lower levels of mental health.
How much daily exercise do you really need?
Hopefully, you enjoy exercising and don't watch the clock, impatient for it to be over.
Exercise can cut heart attack risk even in high air pollution areas
Exercise can reduce risk of heart attacks, even in areas with moderate to high levels of air pollution, says a new study.
Best fitness plan, future-proof your heart health with best exercises recommended by experts
According to a recent study, people with high fitness during their middle ages are significantly less likely to die from heart diseases in later life even if they were diagnosed with depression.
Exercise makes blood of obese people healthier
Exercise can reduce inflammation in obese people by changing the characteristics of their blood, according to new research published in The Journal of Physiology.
Do this mind exercise daily to prevent Dementia developing
Dementia signs and symptoms can affect people in different ways depending on which part of the brain has been affected, but what is the life expectancy once you’ve been diagnosed with the disease? There is no cure for the disease but there are ways of preventing it — one being a mind exercise.
Exercise may counter effects of obesity genes
Older women who carry genes that make them prone to obesity may take comfort in new findings that suggest exercise can counter that risk.
Heart patients need to focus on fitness and exercise, not weight loss
The study revealed that people who are physically active live longer than those who are not. Sustained physical activity over time was associated with substantially lower mortality risk.
High levels of workplace exercise linked to early death
Men with highly physical jobs appear to have a significantly higher risk of early death compared with men who have largely inactive jobs, suggested a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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