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How exercise can help you fight jet lag symptoms
Exercise has been known to cause changes to our body clock. But can exercise help jet lag? Here’s why you should work out instead of sleeping it off.
Short bursts of intensive exercise better than  lengthy gym sessions for shedding pounds
Bursts of intense exercise for just 23 minutes are better for weight loss than spending twice as long in the gym, research suggested.
Exercise may help increase cancer patient's chance for survival
Regular exercise before and after a cancer diagnosis significantly improves odds of survival, a new study finds.
High blood pressure warning — the one type of exercise you should avoid
High blood pressure risk could be lowered by making some exercise or diet changes. Doing this workout routine every day could trigger deadly hypertension symptoms, and may be spiking your heart rate to dangerous levels
Older adults fall less if they exercise, study says
Exercise may be able to save older adults from taking costly spills, new research said.
High blood pressure – the one exercise you should avoid or risk deadly hypertension
High blood pressure is a common condition that affects more than 25 percent of all adults in the UK.
How do we incentivise people to be healthier?
The obesity challenge to the NHS looms large. The costs of treating related health conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, are rising relentlessly. Policymakers are anxious to find answers. Prevention is the goal, but what sort of nudge is most effective to get people to look after themselves better?
Men who exercise might pass down healthier metabolism to their kids, study says
Here's another reason for wannabe dads to exercise: Sweating it out now might pay off later in better health for your children, according to a new study.
GPs will not tell couch potatoes that exercise could boost their health
Most GPs are failing to give patients basic advice to do some exercise, despite evidence it can halve the risk of major diseases, experts say.
Exercise reduces stress, improves cellular health in family caregivers
Exercising at least three times a week for six months reduced stress in a group of family caregivers and even appeared to lengthen a small section of their chromosomes that is believed to slow cellular aging, new UBC research has found.
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.

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