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Do this type of exercise if you have been injured or have arthritis
Gym workouts incorporating low-impact moves, such as Pilates, are ideal for those with arthritis or who have been recently injured.
Exercise boosts brain size
Physical education should be taught every day at school because exercise boosts brain size and improves academic performance, a study has shown for the first time.
Why exercise could be making you sick
Could exercise be making you sick? Up to half of athletes experience some form of gastrointestinal discomfort while exercising.
Study suggests seniors should lift weights for exercise
Seniors who want to lose weight should hit the weight room while they cut calories, a new study suggested.
Exercise should be fun
By Kristi Stone Hamrick*
Just an hour of exercise a week could prevent depression
Just an hour of exercise a week could prevent depression, a study has found.
Just 21 minutes of exercise a day can increase your lifespan by three years
Gain more than three years of life by just exercising 21 minutes a day, reports a new study.
Exercise in your 50s: The ultimate guide to getting fit (video)
As new research reveals that it’s never too late to start exercising, Hannah Britt asks the experts how to begin.
Exercise right after learning improves memory in women
A little cardio exercise, such as jogging, straight after a learning session may boost memory in young women.
Children exercise less as they get older
The number of children doing an hour of exercise a day falls by nearly 40 percent between the ages of five and 12.
Study finds exercise level is in the eye of the beholder
A new study by the University of Freiburg, Germany, found that a person's perception has a major influence on how strenuous a level of exercise can be.
Exercise, controlled blood pressure, brain training reduce dementia risk: Experts
A regular fitness program alongside controlled blood pressure and brain training could help reduce the risk of dementia at an old age, say American medical experts.
Study: Exercise can help chronic fatigue syndrome
Increasing exercise each day can help patients with Chronic Fatigue System to feel less tired and feel better, a new study suggested.
What is the best time of day to exercise?
Some fitness gurus recommend working out first thing in the morning because that’s when you’re least likely to have scheduling conflicts and therefore more likely to exercise regularly.
High-intensity exercise may lead to gut damage
When it comes to stomach discomfort during exercise, forget that old adage ‘no pain, no gain’.

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