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Four in five adolescents don’t exercise enough, especially girls, according to the World Health Organization.
You can improve not only your physical health, but also your brain health by exercising regularly.
Many of us have had to exercise more at home, rather than at the gym or outside, as we continue to obey the movement control order.
Walking is an easy and simple form of exercise that everyone can do anywhere.
Research has found that older adults who have strong ties with their partner, friends and family are more likely to work out regularly.
Letting go of gas while you work out can be embarrassing, but it’s a perfectly normal occurrence.
Putting the amount of exercise needed to burn off a serving of food on food labels might be more effective than the number of calories.
Dog owners are likely to exercise regularly and to have lower blood pressure.
Making love is a good alternative to regular aerobic activity
Research finds that breast cancer patients who exercise have both a lower risk of the cancer recurring and dying.