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888 Articles Matching "exercise"

Trump is fit for duty, but should hit the gym: White House doctor

Jan 17, 2018 , Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump passed a test for signs of dementia and is in overall excellent health, but needs to shed weight by cutting calories, fats and carbohydrates and starting a daily exercise routine, the White House physician said on Tuesday....
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Sauna Sessions May Be as Good as Exercise for the Heart

Jan 17, 2018 , MedicineNet
Title: Sauna Sessions May Be as Good as Exercise for the HeartCategory: Health NewsCreated: 1/16/2018 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 1/16/2018 12:00:00...
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President is overweight and doesn't exercise much, like most Americans

Jan 17, 2018 , CNN Health
President Donald Trump's doctor, Dr. Ronny Jackson, characterized the president's health as "excellent," but like the majority of Americans, Trump is overweight and he doesn't get enough exercise....
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Study: Sleep app users are mostly healthy, affluent

Jan 17, 2018 jonah.comstock@mobihealthnews.com (Jonah Comstock), Mobile Health News
In a new study of 934 mobile phone users, 100 percent said they used a mobile phone for health-related purposes, but only 28 percent used an app to track sleep. By contrast, 53 percent tracked exercise and 48 percent tracked...
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Sauna May Be as Good as Exercise for the Heart

Jan 17, 2018 , WebMD
On average, the study found, sauna users saw a drop in blood pressure and artery "stiffness" immediately after their heat bath. They also showed an increase in heart rate that was similar to the effect from moderate...
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Will Your New Year's Resolution Put You On The Disabled List?

Jan 13, 2018 , Forbes
Crossfit, Exercise Bootcamps and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) are great ways to stick to your new year's resolution of working out more. Make sure they don't cause more injuries though by following some of these...
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Study: Online simulator helps diabetes patients understand the impact of exercise on blood glucose

Jan 12, 2018 laura.lovett@himssmedia.com (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
A new app developed by researchers at the University of Utah may be a tool for helping people living with diabetes change their attitude towards physical activity and increase the time they plan to spend...
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Exercise Reverses Negative Cardiac Effects

Jan 12, 2018 , eMedicine Health
Exercise May Reverse Negative Cardiac Effects of Sedentary...
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Exercise May Reverse Negative Cardiac Effects of Sedentary Life

Jan 12, 2018 , RxList
Two years of exercise begun in middle age can restore the heart's elasticity in previously sedentary adults and forestall the development of heart failure (HF) with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), results of a randomized study...
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Hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Exalgo)

Jan 12, 2018 , RxList
Hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Exalgo) is an opioid used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is addictive and doctors should exercise care in prescibing...
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Women Living In Rural Areas Tend To Have Sex Earlier, Birth More Kids Than Those Living In City

Jan 11, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
Researchers also look at differences in marriage rates and contraception methods between the two populations. In other public health news today: clinical trials, the global drug industry, CRISPR, a "mini-pillbox," infant mortality, medical pot for cancer patients, anti-aging facial exercises and an astronaut's tall...
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Proper Exercise Can Reverse Damage From Heart Aging

Jan 10, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Exercise can reverse damage to sedentary, aging hearts and help prevent risk of future heart failure – if it’s enough exercise, and if it’s begun in time, according to a new study by cardiologists at UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources. To reap the most benefit, the exercise regimen should b......
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An Invisible Killer: This Fatty Particle Triples Risk Of Heart Attacks But Most People Don’t Even Know It Exists

Jan 10, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
Up to one in five Americans have perilously high levels of the particle in their blood, and it can't be controlled by diet and exercise. Even drugs have little effect on it. In other public health news: dry January, the effects of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention banning words, child mortality, CRISPR, doctors' offices at work, burn injuries, and...
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Many Adults With Arthritis Not Receiving Exercise Counseling

Jan 09, 2018 , RxList
Although exercise counseling has increased, two in five adults with arthritis still do not receive it, according to results from a study published online January 4 in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly...
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Many Adults With Arthritis Not Getting Exercise

Jan 09, 2018 , eMedicine Health
Many Adults With Arthritis Not Receiving Exercise...
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HIIT tops the list of fitness trends for 2018

Jan 09, 2018 , CNN Health
High-intensity interval training will be the No. 1 fitness trend in the coming year, while smartphone exercise apps that prompt your activities will be out -- or so says the Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2018....
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Exercise may reduce disability even in frail elders

Jan 09, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Sedentary older adults who start exercising may not reduce their risk of becoming frail, but they may experience less disability, a new study suggests....
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It's Not Too Late: Exercise Can Reverse Heart Damage From Too Much Sitting

Jan 09, 2018 , Forbes
Even if you’ve led a sedentary life, starting exercise in middle age can do a lot to reverse heart...
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Older and Out of Shape? You Can Save Your Heart

Jan 09, 2018 , WebMD
People in their 50s and early 60s can regain the heart health of someone decades younger through a regular and reasonable aerobic exercise program, no matter how long they've been inactive, the study authors...
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Can living near a gym make you slimmer?

Jan 06, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People who live close to gyms, pools and playing fields weigh less and have smaller waistlines than their counterparts residing farther away from exercise facilities, a UK study suggests....
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