Small increases in fitness are linked with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a longitudinal study with 649,605 veterans.
Remind clients that fitness offers numerous benefits beyond what meets the eye, including cancer prevention.
While the benefits of exercise for people with long-term conditions outweigh the risks, conversations that address risks are advised.
A new study offers insight into why the body’s response to exercise reduces chronic inflammation, as reported in Gut Microbes
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Older women with chronic pain who participated in twice-weekly flow and restorative yoga classes experienced reduced pain.
Researchers conducted a study to determine if “exercise therapy” is helpful for people with more than one chronic condition.
People coping with cancer treatment are often saddled with one of the chemotherapy side effects called “chemo brain.” Can exercise help?
Researchers have created a model of care for physical therapy students to implement movement interventions to reduce opioid abuse and misuse.
Is there a positive relationship between Parkinson’s disease and exercise? Yes! And personal trainers can make a real difference.
While HIIT is popular, there are some controversies surrounding it. This column looks at HIIT research to bring some clarity.
A self-directed, web-based strength training program improved knee pain and function after 24 weeks for people with knee arthritis.
Research supports being active for several health benefits and reasons—including the link between exercise and liver health.
Resistance training does much more than build strong muscles and bones, but does lifting weights lower blood pressure too?
Regular stretching for hypertension may be more effective than brisk walking in those with high-normal blood pressure, according to research.
New findings suggest that training cancer patients with both high-intensity and low- to moderate-intensity exercise is beneficial.
Young men with the lowest fitness levels had a 35% higher risk of developing psoriasis than those with the highest fitness levels.
Research offers insight into how much and what type of exercise may help reduce systemic inflammation and promote a healthy immune system.
Inflammation is an essential defense system for enhancing survival. Learn how the inflammation process is linked to obesity, diabetes, aging and exercise.
One negative consequence of type 2 diabetes is damage to the heart. Researchers recently compared the effects of exercise to determine risk.