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Being Active Saves Lives Whether a Gym Workout, Walking to Work or Washing the Floor

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The Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study, led by the Population Health Research Institute of McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences, shows any activity is good for people to meet the current guideline of 30 minutes of activity a day, or 150 minutes a week to raise the heart rate.

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Using Science to Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

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pediatric cancer patients, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Pediatric Obesity

Study Shows Diet and Exercise Improve Treatment Outcomes for Obese Pediatric Cancer Patients

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Diet and exercise may improve treatment outcomes in pediatric cancer patients, according to a study at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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New Self-Powered Paper Patch Could Help Diabetics Measure Glucose During Exercise

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A new paper-based sensor patch developed by researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York could allow diabetics to effectively measure glucose levels during exercise.

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Walking, Physical Activity, Exercise, Sedentary, Walkable Communities

U.S. Report Card on Walking and Walkable Communities: Fail

The United States earns failing grades when it comes to the number of people walking to work and school and the number of walkable communities, finds a new national report. Amy Eyler, associate professor at the Brown School, serves on the advisory panel for the National Walking and Walkable Communities Report Card, released Sept. 14.

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Lupus, Rheumatology, E, st, Inflammation, Lupus Nephritis

Regular Exercise, Stress Can Both Make a Big Difference in Lupus, Study Finds

Waking up in the morning with the joint pain, swelling and stiffness that accompanies lupus doesn’t exactly inspire a workout. But research in mice and a related pilot study in humans are showing how regular activity and stress reduction could lead to better health in the long run.

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Marylander Overcomes Injury to Train for Triathlon to Benefit Charitable Foundation

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Dwight Griffith, 60, overcomes back injury, surgery at Mercy Medical Center, on his way to triathlon competition to raise awareness, funds for Griffith NEVER GIVE UP Foundation.

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Using Improv to Boost Confidence, Improve Mental Health

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A Rutgers public health student puts his acting skills into play to help people with mental illness and substance use disorders overcome anxiety and communicate more effectively

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Aging, Public Health, Physical Function, Mobility

Small Increases in Physical Activity Reduce Immobility, Disability Risks in Older Adults

Adding 48 minutes of exercise per week is associated with improvements in overall mobility and decreases in risks of disability in older adults who are sedentary, finds a new study led by researchers at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts.

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Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, AMA Partner on Prediabetes Patient Registry

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, in partnership with the American Medical Association (AMA), is piloting a patient registry that could become a national model for enrolling patients with prediabetes into evidence-based diabetes prevention programs and reducing their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.







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