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  • Regular Exercise Can Help Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy
    Regular Exercise Can Help Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

    Regular exercise can not only help you with fitness and weight management but it can also help in reducing the risk of certain chronic ailments like heart disease and diabetes. Recently, a team of American ...

  • Regular Exercise Does Little to Undo the Effects of Prolonged Sitting: Study
    Regular Exercise Does Little to Undo the Effects of Prolonged Sitting: Study

    Previous studies and reviews have shown that higher levels of sitting are linked with cancer, diabetes, heart disease and even an early death, independently of whether a person takes regular exercise.

  • Regular Exercise is the Best Medicine for Older Women
    Regular Exercise is the Best Medicine for Older Women

    According to a recent study, regular exercising can prove to be significantly beneficial for women aged 50 and above. It can be as good as any medicine in reducing the risk of death. Australian researchers ...

  • Regular Exercise May Improve Fertility in Women
    Regular Exercise May Improve Fertility in Women

    According to a new study, published in Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, regular exercise and weight loss improves ovulation in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome.

  • Yoga or Regular Exercise May Not Treat Sleep Trouble in Menopausal Women
    Yoga or Regular Exercise May Not Treat Sleep Trouble in Menopausal Women

    A new study, published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine,shows that yoga or exercise may not help in treating hot flashes or improve sleep quality in middle-aged women.

  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy May Be Reduced by Regular Exercise
    Side Effects of Chemotherapy May Be Reduced by Regular Exercise

    A recent study suggests that jogging or walking three to five times a week can help advanced gastrointestinal cancer patients to cope better with the side effects of chemotherapy.

  • Treadmill Desks Can't Replace Regular Exercise: Study
    Treadmill Desks Can't Replace Regular Exercise: Study

    "Treadmill desks are not an effective replacement for regular exercise, and the benefits of the desks may not justify the cost and other challenges that come with implementing them."

  • Regular Exercise and Healthy Diet May Beat the Risk of Colon Cancer Recurrence
    Regular Exercise and Healthy Diet May Beat the Risk of Colon Cancer Recurrence

    According to a new study, conducted by researchers from University of California and San Francisco (UCSF), coloncancerpatients who exercise regularly, maintain a healthy body weight and eat a well-balanced diet high on whole grains fruits ...

  • Too Much Exercise is Bad for Your Heart
    Too Much Exercise is Bad for Your Heart

    Regular exercising is always recommended to keep oneself fit and healthy, to lower ageing and to ensure longevity but over indulgence in intensive exercising can do you more damage than good. The growing obsession among ...

  • Can Regular Exercise Help You Quit Tobacco?
    Can Regular Exercise Help You Quit Tobacco?

    If you are looking to ditch tobacco, make sure you include at least 15-20 minutes of physical exercise each day to maintain unwavering focus on quitting, a fitness expert said Saturday on the occasion of ...

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