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Exercise Is Imperative: An Anti-Inflammation Key?

Exercise Is Imperative: An Anti-Inflammation Key?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Unless you've been living under a rock for most of your life, you have likely heard of the importance of exercise and remaining as active as possible. This is because so many illnesses and ailments can be linked to things like obesity and stagnation.

Want To Prolong Your Life? Do Some Household Chores

Want To Prolong Your Life? Do Some Household Chores

We all know how exercise can help in many ways - including an increased possibility of having a longer life than those who do not break a sweat at least once a week. However, some may offer excuses as to why they are not able to exercise regularly. Some may say they are too busy with work or whatever personal tasks they have, while some may not be able to exercise due to health and medical reasons.  On the other hand, a recent study revealed that if you want to live longer, doing high-intensity workouts every other day or running marathons a...
Physical Activity For Older Women Helps Prolong Life

Physical Activity For Older Women Helps Prolong Life

The study used an accelerometer instead of a standard questionnaire to record the participants activities. Accelerometers are motion-sensing devices that electronically record and store daily movement patterns and intensity of the said movement by those who wear it. The recorded data is downloaded for analysis. For this particular study, the participants wore the accelerometers within four to seven days. The researchers reportedly still observed significantly lower mortality associated with each time, independently of the other, regardless whether the participants did either a light or moderate-to-vigorous activity.
New Study: Six Years Of Exercise May Be Enough To Change Heart Failure Risk

New Study: Six Years Of Exercise May Be Enough To Change Heart Failure Risk

Unlike heart attack, in which heart muscle dies, heart failure is marked by a long-term, chronic inability of the heart to pump enough blood, or pump it hard enough, to bring needed oxygen to the body. The leading cause of hospitalizations in those over 65, the disorders risk factors include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, smoking and a family history.
Standing May Save You From Sedentary Lifestyle

Standing May Save You From Sedentary Lifestyle

The study first reviewed many prior studies with data points that took into consideration overall health, weight, amount of time standing and sitting as well as other factors. The average age of the participants was 33. Researchers found that standing burned 0.15 calories per minute more than sitting. By that math, standing for even a fraction of the day would lead to expending more calories per day. This is obviously assuming there is no additional calories being added to the person's diet. Just three hours standing would account for nearly three pounds a year.
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