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Exercise Advice by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Exercise Advice for your Anti-aging Program One key anti aging skin care and feeling younger is getting regular exercise. The exercise advice and tips on this page will hopefully encourage you to start an exercise program. Now, I’m not a really active person. Nor do I enjoy sports all that much. However, over the years, I’ve realized that ex ... Read on »
Entry for July 28, 2008COPD - Making Patients Move Requires The Right Exercise Advice by Roxlyn Facebook Posted Mon 28 Jul 2008 12:08pm Making Patients Move Requires The Right Exercise AdviceScienceDaily (July 27, 2008)���It is common knowledge that regular exercise supports physical and mental well-being. Despite this and recommendations from health care providers, the majority of patients with chronic illnesses remain inactive....researchers found that adults withchronic il ... Read on »
Exercise Advice For Teen Girls by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:34pm Okay TeenGirl, here is some easy-to-follow exercise advice for you: buy a set of light weight dumbbells and do full-body exercises 3 days a week. They are critical for your bone health, joint health and they help you lose fat-mass weight. TeenGirl, your primary concern is to develop peak bone mass. After graduating from high school, gir ... Read on »
Exercise Advice. Don’t Do It If You Want To Lose Weight by Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 29 Apr 2013 5:00am How many times have you said or heard another woman say “I can’t lose weight if I don’t exercise.” What if you were to learn that “You won’t lose weight if you do exercise?” This idea goes against the unarguable fact that there is a calories-out side to weight loss. The calorie-out side is embodied in the Exercise part of the familiar form ... Read on »
Exercise Advice for Losing Your Unwanted Weight by Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 29 Nov 2013 2:05pm by Maria's Last Diet Exercise will not make you thin, not unless you do an enormous amount of it like marathon runners do. Exercise will help you stay thin, though, once you lose all your unwanted weight. Exercise is still good for you when you are trying to lose weight. Exercise can contribute to your overall health, it can motivate you, ... Read on »
Exercising While Sick: Advice From the Trenches by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Apr 2013 10:03pm You’ve gotten into a good routine.  You’re taking a walk outside nearly every other day, and that Zumba class on Saturdays is no longer kicking your butt- well at least not that much anyway.  And then it happens.  You’re hit with a cold, the flu, or a nasty stomach virus that just knocks you and your routine for a loop.  You want to ... Read on »
Expert offers advice on exercise for older people by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 1:47pm Issue Codes Tena Incontinence Products Celebrity trainer Steve Halsall has offered some advice for older people wanting to get into exercise. Recent research by Tena Men suggested that regular exercise can help manage conditions such as adult incontinence and so it is important to take note of these tips. Mr Halsall recommended ... Read on »
Consumer Reports: Experts’ advice on exercise includes some do’s and don’ts by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 12:00am Good morning! Check out this article in this morning's edition of The Washington Post listing some of the do's and don'ts of exercise. I know I carp on this a lot, but pay particular attention to the first recommendation: DO LIFT WEIGHTS! It is absolutely critical for bone health, and I am living proof, weight training, testosterone, and Vi ... Read on »
Books, Exercise and Politics, and A Reader Needs Advice, FTW! by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Oct 2012 12:00am Amie asks a couple of doozies: 1. Read any good books lately? I did! I did! Pick me! Flames of Resistance was very, very good. I downloaded Anna Karenina - can't help but be intrigued, as the movie trailers look ridiculously good - and although I'm just at the beginning (35 pages is NOTHING) - it's pretty good ... Read on »
Exercise vs Diabetes: Aerobic, Resistance or Both? Part 2 by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 11 May 2011 8:30am Memory starts to fade as Thanksgiving was almost half a year ago.  I mention this because back in November, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) was published concluding that only a combination of aerobic exercise & resistance training was able to lower a diabetic's HgbA1c , the  running 3 month measure of sugar control. In an attempt ... Read on »