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In a study examining the relationship between exercise and food reward, participants who exercise the most get ultra-smooth, 3D-printed chocolate.
When fitness trackers alone fail to get families moving enough, turning step counts into a competition might help people get more exercise, a small experiment suggests.
Now here's a contagion that might not be so bad to encounter. A new analysis of the running habits of about 1.1 million people reveals that exercise is indeed contagious – though its communicability depends on who's spreading it.
A map showing paths taken by users of an exercise tracking app reveals potentially sensitive information about American and allied military personnel in places including Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
What are the typical profiles of amateur athletes in the United States? How can public health messaging encouraging physical activity best target local populations? These questions were the basis of a study led by doctors from Boston University’s School of Public Health.
Middle aged and older people with type 2 diabetes may be able to meet activity guidelines by playing games on the Wii Fit Plus system, according to a small Swiss study.
Some people who rely on fitness trackers to see how hard they work out may want to rethink this approach, according to a small study.
Playing popular gaming app Pokémon Go can help families spend quality time together and increase their levels of physical activity.