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Mind Your Heart
Your outlook can affect your heart by leading you do adopt healthy or unhealthy habits. Doctors are starting to address patients' mindsets.
Exercise to your Heart’s Content
It's pretty hard to do too much exercise. And every bump up in exertion reduces your risk of heart problems even more.
Fit and Fat? Not Really
Exercise is good for you, but it can't counteract the bad effects excess weight has on your body. You also need to watch what you eat.
How you word your New Year's resolutions can put you on track for success -- or failure. Plus tips for giving your willpower a helping hand.
Late Night Risks for Type 2 Diabetics
Night owls not only tend to eat more, they move less -- a very bad combination for people with diabetes or prediabetes.
Change Your Lifestyle, Change Your Mind
Reducing risk factors like hypertension, isolation, smoking, and hearing loss can cut the chances of developing dementia up to 40 percent.
Desk Work's Mental Dividends
It may not do much for your physique or heart rate, but being a desk jockey offers some long-term cognitive benefits.
Lifestyle and Alzheimer's Risk
A combination of these lifestyle traits appears to substantially reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Newbie Exercisers Beware
Don't believe everything, or maybe anything, you read on the Web when it comes to exercise. Few sites reflect current guidelines.
Learning New Tricks
Don't let self-quarantine lead to a lack of exercise. It could make it harder to learn new physical skills later on.
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