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Too much screen time reduces physical activity levels in children

Too much screen time reduces physical activity levels in children

A new randomised clinical trial shows that controlling screen time can increase physical activity levels in children. Screen time is a hot topic, with some...
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Nordic walking enhances heart disease patient’s functional abilities

Evidence from a new randomised clinical trial suggests that Nordic walking can effectively boost the functional capacity of people with heart disease. The University of...
How does exercise intensity impact your mood?

How does exercise intensity impact your mood?

New research may explain why exercise intensity could determine your mood state the following day. Exercise naturally increases ‘feel-good’ endorphins, the body’s natural happiness chemicals....
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Not getting enough sleep can prevent weight loss maintenance

Not getting enough sleep may impact people’s weight loss goals, stopping them from keeping the weight off once it is lost, new research suggests. A...
The benefits of exercise in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

The benefits of exercise in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

A new study finds that exercise supports the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by impacting several metabolic pathways. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is...
Tai Chi exercises improved recovery for older stroke survivors  

Tai Chi exercises improve recovery for older stroke survivors  

A new study finds stroke survivors practising seated Tai Chi exercises had equal or a greater improvement in their recovery process.  Tai Chi exercises fuse...
Adopt a healthier lifestyle and ease osteoarthritis symptoms

Adopt a healthier lifestyle and ease osteoarthritis symptoms

New guidance from NICE: Healthy lifestyle choices such as exercising can help ease osteoarthritis symptoms. Clinical evidence shows that a tailored exercise programme that includes...
Automated nutritional advice app helps people follow a healthier diet

Automated nutritional advice app helps people follow a healthier diet

Research from the University of Reading finds that personal nutritional advice from an app could promote healthier choices. The university’s biomedical engineering and human nutrition...
Can moderate-intensity exercise counter diabetes damage?

Can moderate-intensity exercise counter diabetes damage?

New research indicates that moderate-intensity exercise can counter the damage of diabetes by activating the growth of new blood vessels. The research team from the...
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Cancer prevention: Three simple interventions reduce cancer risk by 61%

An investigation pioneered by experts from the University Hospital Zurich suggests that combining high-dose vitamin D, omega-3s, and exercise may be an effective cancer...
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Scientists discover how to stop unhealthy food cravings

Do you struggle to fight off the temptation of unhealthy food cravings? A team of US researchers may have found the solution, suggesting that...
Can a smartwatch track COVID-19 symptoms?

Can a smartwatch track COVID-19 symptoms?

A new study reveals that a smartwatch can track the progression of COVID-19 symptoms and can even indicate how sick you become. The research team...
Is a brisk walking pace the answer to slowing biological ageing?

Is a brisk walking pace the answer to slowing biological ageing?

New data from more than 400,000 UK adults reveals a clear link between walking pace and a genetic marker of biological ageing. Researchers from the...
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Exercising during pregnancy decreases Type-2 diabetes risk in offspring

Research emerging from Japan's Tohoku University suggests that exercising during pregnancy can considerably benefit the mother's child, reducing their risk of Type 2 diabetes. The...
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Bowel cancer risk potentially lowered through exercise

Scientists at Newcastle University have identified that bowel cancer risk can be reduced through exercise in a groundbreaking discovery. The University researchers have demonstrated that...
The positive impact of physical fitness on primary school children

The positive impact of physical fitness on primary school children

A new study finds that primary school children that partake in physical fitness have a better quality of life and improved concentration. Physical fitness is...
How skin tone affects the accuracy is smartwatch heart rate data?

How skin tone affects the accuracy is smartwatch heart rate data?

A systematic review specifically explored how skin tone may affect the accuracy of smartwatch heart rate data. How accurate is the smartwatch's heart rate, fitness...
The positive impacts of group exercise for over-65s

The positive impact of group exercise for over-65s

A new study illustrated the effectiveness of a group exercise programme designed for people aged 65 and over with mobility limitations. Researchers from the Universities...
Could daily exercise prevent major heart disease in old age?

Could daily exercise prevent major heart disease in old age?

Research suggests that 20 minutes of daily exercise in early old age (70-75 years old) may best prevent major heart disease, including heart failure,...
Exercise plan could improve oesophageal cancer treatment

Exercise plan could improve oesophageal cancer treatment

A moderate exercise plan could improve the success of chemotherapy treatment in oesophageal cancer patients, according to results from a study at Guy’s and...

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