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Regular exercise at any age might stave off Alzheimer's: Fitness level correlates with increased blood flow to essential areas of brain -- ScienceDaily

Recent research suggests that exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. A group of researchers led by Nathan Johnson PT, DPT, PhD of the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences, was able to demonstrate a positive correlation between fitness and blood flow to areas of the brain where the hallmark tangles and plaques of AD pathology are usually first detected. 148 more words

Benefits Of Exercise

7 Tips to Improve Learning

“I just can’t learn this stuff.” That’s probably something we’ve all heard or even said at one point or another. If you’re a parent then it’s very likely you’ve heard this from your child. 1,160 more words

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Do You Even Lift? Why Lifting Weights Is More Important For Your Health Than You Think | IFLScience

Nice to see weight training getting its due in the press.

Regular participation in muscle strengthening activity such as weight or resistance training has many health benefits. 149 more words

Benefits Of Exercise

Why You Shouldn't Exercise to Lose Weight, Explained with 60+ Studies DocNews

By studying the Hadza’s lifestyle, Pontzer thought he would find evidence to back the conventional wisdom about why obesity has become such a big problem worldwide. 236 more words

Back in Business

Today was my first day back at Yoga since my recent sickness and setback! After over a week of no exercise, or stretching I was less than thrilled to go back to my once loved obsession– hot vinyasa yoga. 171 more words

Sweat It Out

22 Benefits of Regular Moderate Exercise (10 You Didn't Know About)

According to the World Health Organization, too little physical exercise is a leading factor in death across the globe. 25% of the adult population and 80% of the adolescent population do not participate in a sufficient level of physical activity to maintain proper health.  722 more words

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