A new study has backed up previous claims that exercise can be beneficial to people who are battling depression, reducing symptoms and potentially eliminating the need for medication. This research was completed at the University of California… Read More
The global consulting firm Reebok and Censuswide recently studied the exercise habits of people living in nine different countries, and shockingly, it was found that the average person only spends about 0.70% of their life working out. Of… Read More
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have recently completed an eight-week pilot study to determine how continuous glucose monitoring might impact people living with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. This study divided participants… Read More
Insomnia is thought to affect 40-80% of men who are overweight or obese, but exercise could improve sleep patterns. Regular aerobic exercise will reduce sedentary time and appetite, while improving cardiovascular health. It also increases… Read More
When healthy people exercise, they may experience abnormalities that are similar to those seen in patients living with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). This is particularly the case for people who run.
Researchers from the Academic… Read More
Researchers from Brazil’s University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine have found that sitting for more than three hours each day is responsible for about 3.8% of all-cause deaths in over 54 countries. On average, Americans are said to spend… Read More
A new study has shown that Chinese women who participated in moderate or high levels of exercise during pregnancy had significantly reduced risks of gestational diabetes. This was compared to women who sat at home for extended periods of time… Read More
A recent study has found that walking burns more calories than previously believed. According to researchers from Southern Methodist University, the leading standards regarding calories burned when walking on firm, level ground conditions… Read More
Researchers from the University of Texas Health Science Center recently examined how practical opportunities for exercise and diet influence intentions and achieved behaviors. This study involved about 750 adults who were visiting eight… Read More
Listen to today’s podcasts here!
A recent study found that when overweight individuals lost a modest amount of weight over a three-year period, they experienced improvements in their cardiometabolic risk. This study was completed… Read More