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How Active Are You in 24 Hours?
Activity trackers are giving us detailed information on how active we are and aren't -- and what this means for our hearts and bodies.
The Health Perks of Walkable Neighborhoods
Some neighborhoods encourage walking, and those that do end up lowering the obesity-related cancer risk of the women who live there.
Get the Best Results from Your Exercise Efforts
Early morning exercise seems to be a good strategy for cutting your risk of obesity. It can help you burn more calories all day.
The Bacteria Your Fitness Tracker Spreads
Like cell phones, activity trackers can carry and spread disease. Bacteria was found on over 90% of them. Here's the best way to clean them.
Fighting Exercise Inequality for Heart Health
Exercise benefits the at-risk hearts of seniors, the economically-disadvantaged and handicapped, but opportunities for activity are lacking.
Your Smartwatch Knows More than You Think
Your activity tracker can tell you about more than how many steps you've taken. It can trace how well you are handling life's ups and downs.
A Good Diet Could Make It Easier to Get Fit
A healthy diet is good for cardiovascular health. It might also make it easier for you to get fit, thanks to the metabolites it produces.
Blueberries Can Help You Burn Body Fat
The antioxidants in blueberries are more than just good for your heart and brain. They appear to accelerate fat-burning during exercise.
To Prevent Frailty, Try Yoga
Yoga can improve seniors' walking speed, balance problems, leg strength and endurance -- the signs of frailty that often come with aging.
Reversing Childhood Obesity -- After School
Rates of obesity and overweight among students fell over five years after Slovenian schools implemented after-school exercise programs.
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