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Brisk Walking Keeps You Young

Walking could be your key to a longer life.

New research out of England shows that brisk walking has the ability to positively affect telomere length, which is a genetic indicator of biological age.

, April 25, 2022


3 Seconds of Exercise Can Lead to Big Gains

It only takes a little time to see big gains in strength.

Researchers from Australia and Japan found significant strength gains can be made with just three seconds of exercise per day.

, February 14, 2022


Exercise Can Soothe Dry Eyes

Dry eyes can be helped with a good workout.

New research from the University of Waterloo in Canada shows exercise can be an effective way to help the body provide its own relief for dry, itchy eyes.

, February 07, 2022


Too Much TV Watching Linked to Blood Clots

Using television watching to escape the stress of life can lead to health consequences.

Researchers at the University of Bristol in England found watching television 4 hours per day was associated with a 35 percent higher risk of blood clots compared to those who watched 2.5 hours or less.

, January 24, 2022


Martial Arts Improves Mental Health in Children

The practice of martial arts may help children cope with pressure and stress.

Researchers at the University of Surrey in England found the practice of Taekwondo in school-aged children resulted in better self-regulation, which meant they could better manage and alter their emotions, behavior and cognition.

, January 10, 2022


HIIT Works to Reduce Liver Fat Quicker

HIIT is a more efficient way to reduce liver fat.

New research from Australia shows high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is effective in reversing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in less time than traditional cardio.

, December 27, 2021


Exercise is a Short Cut to Ketosis

Vigorous exercise helps fasters reach ketosis quicker.

Researchers at Brigham Young University found a short cut to ketosis when they discovered people who began a fast with exercise were able to reach ketosis 3.5 hours faster than those who did not exercise.

, November 29, 2021


Fat is Better Predictor than Muscle for Heart Health

Your heart would like you to lose fat rather than gain muscle.

Researchers from the University of Bristol in England have determined early markers of heart health are impacted more by losing fat than gaining muscle.

, September 20, 2021


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