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Some of the Health Benefits of Exercise by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 03 Jul 2013 9:23am Usually physical exercise is associated with losing weight and perfecting your body figure, but have you ever thought about the actual health benefits of exercise? The list is quite long and every single point on it is really important. Exercising has effect on all the different parts of your body and we will discuss some of the major ben ... Read on »
sept 12 '13 -Helping Patients Discover the Benefits of Exercise- Coming of Age Exercise-AARC Times by Roxlyn Facebook Posted Fri 13 Sep 2013 5:09am     Reprinted with permission from AARC Times, © 2013 Daedalus Enterprises, Inc., a publication of the American Association for Respiratory Care, Irving, TX,  http://www.aarc.org/ Coming of Age Exercise     8 AARC Times September 2013 Helping Patients Discover the Benefits of Exercise, by Allen Wentworth, MEd, RRT, FAARC, is director of th ... Read on »
Vitamins May Limit the Health Benefit of Exercise by netventures Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 May 2009 2:48pm If you exercise regularly, you may want to think twice about taking antioxidants like vitamins C and E. A new study published on Monday surprisingly found that consuming antioxidants could actually reverse the beneficial effects of exercise. Physical exercise has lots of health benefits, including on the body’s resistance to insulin. On ... Read on »
Can you get the benefits of exercise in a pill? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 22 Aug 2013 1:46pm Scientists are always working on interesting projects.  This one is particularly notable to me because it has the potential to help the couch potatoes of the world get the benefits of exercise without actually exercising.   According to this NPR report , scientists have developed drugs that block Myostatin, the protein in our bodies ... Read on »
Benefits of Exercise for Breast Cancer Survivors by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Wed 12 May 2010 7:03am Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for nearly everyone, including breast cancer survivors.  While previous research studies have suggested that exercise can have a variety of benefits, little research has been conducted to determine how much exercise might need to be done before seeing those benefits. In a newly published b ... Read on »
The Benefits of Exercise Among Persons With Chronic Illness: A Summary of the Literature by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 9:39pm Ugh, not again The Disease Management Care Blog was taught that it was the "door handle sign." That's the momentary pause that providers experience just prior to an appointment when their hand is on the examination room door handle, but they're wishing that they were going somewhere else. When that happened to the DMCB, its un ... Read on »
# 85: Diet? Exercise? Viva la creme! • More benefits of exercise • Homeopathic Tip: Nerves before Exams? by Dr. Brian K. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:03am Diet? Exercise? Viva la creme Well this is the slimming tip that takes the cake - or should I say the cream? Yes ladies and gentleman, 'they' are saying that you can use a cream on your skin to lose weight now. I'd thought I'd heard it all but the French magazine, 60 Million de Consommateurs (quoted by The Week ) has seem ... Read on »
Exercise alleviates stress & other benefits of exercise by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 13 Feb 2011 9:45am Exercise is one of the best stress management tools accessible to you. Though, many won’t make the time or fit it into their schedules-not realizing if they exercised for even twenty minutes they’d be able to function more efficiently and actually be able to save time and be stress free to boot! Exercise releases beta endorphins t ... Read on »
Science Demonstrates Health Benefits of Exercise by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 21 Nov 2010 12:43pm Did you exercise today? Well, you should. There is plenty of evidence that regular exercising is one of the most healthy things you can do. According to this report , regular exercise like joggling or running can reduce about two dozen physical and mental health conditions. It can also slow down aging and even reduce the chances of ge ... Read on »
Here is a list of the benefits of exercise inspire you to start working out? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Oct 2012 3:18pm The reason I started working out on a regular basis is because I want to live until I’m 107. Yes, I’ve even chosen a death date (November 11, 2076) because it lets me know just how many days I have left. 23,399 as of today. Some might find that grim but I find it useful so I won’t waste time. I have a lot of things I want to accomplish and ... Read on »