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Sitting harms brain health, regardless of exercise
A small study of middle-aged and older adults reveals that more sitting time is linked to greater thinning of a brain region that is important for memory.
How active are you, really?
Can you accurately gauge your daily levels of physical activity? A new study suggests that individuals may be a bit overconfident in self-evaluations.
How long will it take me to lose 10 pounds?
Is it possible to safely lose 10 pounds in a week? There are many ways to lose weight, but most require a much longer timeframe. The most successful diets involve lifestyle changes, healthful eating, and exercise. Losing weight quickly may be dangerous and anybody wanting to lose weight rapidly must talk to a doctor.
Physical and mental benefits of swimming
Swimming can benefit the mind and body in various ways. It is a low-impact activity, and this quality helps many people, including older adults and people with certain disabilities, to exercise, lose weight, build muscle, and relax. Here, learn more about the range of health benefits that swimming can offer.
Could your fitness boost your kids' brain power?
Adult male mice exposed to a stimulating environment with lots of exercise boost learning ability in offspring through altered sperm RNA, study shows.
What is the RICE method for injuries?
A soft tissue injury may require first aid. One treatment method is known as RICE, which stands for rest, ice, compression, and elevation. If done correctly it can prevent an injury from getting worse and promote healing. We describe the method in detail. Here, learn when, how, and why RICE is an effective treatment.
What causes calf muscle pain?
Calf muscle pain is often caused by overuse or a sports injury. However, it can also indicate an underlying medical issue, including deep vein thrombosis or diabetic neuropathy. Learn more about the causes of calf muscle pain, as well as what stretches can provide relief and when you should see a doctor.
Micro concussions may alter football players' brains
A study investigating minor blows to the head finds differences in the brains of footballers and cross-country runners. Are micro concussions to blame?
How long does it take for a smashed finger to heal?
When someone squashes their finger under something or between two objects, it is called a smashed finger. Although different to a break, a smashed finger can be very painful and will take some time to heal. Here, we look at some of the ways to relieve the throbbing pain and what to do for a speedy recovery.
Patellar tendonitis (jumper's knee): Treatment and recovery
Patellar tendonitis involves small tears in the tendon that connects the kneecap to the shin. Learn more about this injury common in athletes who jump.
Jammed finger vs. broken finger: What to know
A jammed finger is a common injury that can cause pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the finger. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment.
Causes and treatment of inner thigh pain
Pain in the inner thigh can have many causes including injury, menstruation, or a hernia. Learn more about causes, treatments, and when to see a doctor.
Step up for health: Pedometers 'boost exercise levels for years'
Scientists have found that using pedometers may not only offer short-term benefits, but they also could help to increase exercise levels for up to 4 years.
How to treat muscle knots
Muscle knots are small, bump-like areas of muscle that can be painful to the touch. The medical term for muscle knots is myofascial trigger points.
High fitness may slash dementia risk, study says
A new study from Sweden asks whether the level of physical fitness at middle age could influence women's risk of developing dementia later in life.
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