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Yogic breathing shows promise in reducing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
September 12th 2014

ExerciseDaily - One of the greatest casualties of war is its lasting effect on the minds of soldiers. This presents a daunting public health problem: More than 20 percent of veterans returning from th...More Details

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Walk it out: urban design plays key role in creating healthy cities
March 7th 2013

ExerciseDaily - Residents of new housing developments increased their exercise and their wellbeing when they had more access to shops and parks, a new University of Melbourne study reveals. The te...More Details

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More people staying connected on vacation
June 12th 2012

ExerciseDaily - Scanning smartphones, tablets and laptops is as much a part of vacations as slathering on sunscreen, according to a Michigan State University study. The results, which will appear i...More Details

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Trying to Quit Smoking? Try Eating More Fruits and Vegetables
June 7th 2012

ExerciseDaily - If you're trying to quit smoking, eating more fruits and vegetables may help you quit and stay tobacco-free for longer, according to a new study published online by University at Buffa...More Details

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Less couch time equals fewer cookies
May 29th 2012

ExerciseDaily - Simply ejecting your rear from the couch means your hand will spend less time digging into a bag of chocolate chip cookies. That is the simple but profound finding of a new Northwes...More Details

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Lifestyle changes for obese patients linked to modest weight loss
March 13th 2012

ExerciseDaily - A program that helps obese patients improve healthy behaviors is associated with modest weight loss and improved blood pressure control in a high-risk, low-income group, according to r...More Details

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Sport fields: Catalysts for physical activity in the neighborhood?
March 12th 2012

ExerciseDaily - If you're a woman, older adult, or have higher levels of education, you're less likely to be sufficiently physically active. Those are some of the findings of a new University of Alber...More Details

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News coverage of alcohol's harm may sway support for liquor-control laws
February 22nd 2012

ExerciseDaily - If people see news coverage of alcohol's role in violent crime and fatal injuries, they may give more support to alcohol-control laws, according to a study in the March issue of the Jo...More Details

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Health games emerge as important new therapeutic tools for physical and mental health and well-being
February 16th 2012

ExerciseDaily - Millions of dollars and immeasurable hours of research and development are being invested to develop and employ increasingly sophisticated hardware and software technologies to delive...More Details

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Does Grilling Kill E. coli O157:H7?
June 28th 2011

ExerciseDaily - Top sirloin steaks have been getting a grilling in U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) food safety studies. USDA microbiologist John B. Luchansky and his colleagues are conducting ex...More Details

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Active social, spiritual and physical life helps prevent health decline in seniors
June 8th 2011

ExerciseDaily - Study shows small day-to-day changes can result in measurable improvements in quality of life Small, healthy lifestyle changes and involvement in meaningful activities—going beyond ...More Details

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Honeysuckle extract: A honey of a natural sunblock for UV-protective clothing
June 1st 2011

ExerciseDaily - With those months of blazing summer sunshine head, scientists are reporting that an extract of the honeysuckle plant could make a highly-effective natural coating for clothing designed...More Details

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Age, gender and social advantage affect success in quitting smoking
May 27th 2011

ExerciseDaily - Where you live, how old you are and whether you're male or female all affect your chances of giving up smoking. These are the findings of a study which suggests that while NHS stop...More Details

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Traveler's alert: Business travel linked to obesity and poor health
May 2nd 2011

ExerciseDaily - Road warriors who travel for business two weeks or more a month have higher body mass index, higher rates of obesity and poorer self-rated health than those who travel less often, acco...More Details

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Learning in the classroom how to watch TV
April 19th 2011

ExerciseDaily - It is not that adolescent students should stop using the television or Internet, but that they should learn how to use them. This is one of the premises of the UNESCO Cathedra in Commu...More Details

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ANOTHER REASON NOT TO BINGE DRINK ALCOHOL
April 18th 2011

ExerciseDaily - A Loyola University Health System study has found another reason to not binge drink alcohol. Binge drinking, researchers found, could change the body's immune system response to bone i...More Details

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Want more zest for life? Consider gardening!
March 17th 2011

ExerciseDaily - Researchers from the Texas A&M and Texas State Universities asked these questions in a survey of people aged 50 and older. The survey revealed some compelling reasons for older adults ...More Details

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Playtime helps bind generations
February 14th 2011

Exercise Daily! - A new study has confirmed an old adage: A family that plays together stays together. Researchers from Concordia University and Wilfrid Laurier University examined the ways grandpare...More Details

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Alcohol damages much more than the liver
November 11th 2010

Exercise Daily! - Alcohol does much more harm to the body than just damaging the liver. Drinking also can weaken the immune system, slow healing, impair bone formation, increase the risk of HIV transm...More Details

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From beach to backyard, caution can reduce firepit burns
June 30th 2008

Exercise Daily! - Backyard barbecues and beach bonfires are beloved summer activities across the country, but they also put people – especially children – at risk of painful, long-term injury. Dr. ...More Details

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Go with your gut, especially when shopping
October 19th 2006

When making purchasing decisions, we are frequently forced to choose between practicality and emotional appeal. For example, we may know that one car has better gas mileage but we just enjoy the feeli...More Details

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Study Identifies Links Between Musical Tastes and Lifestyle
September 14th 2006

The music we listen to can tell a lot more than you might think about what kind of people we are, according to research findings by a University of Leicester psychologist. Now, Dr Adrian North is ext...More Details

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Early retirement: Is it better to spend it at work or at play?
August 22nd 2006

More than one of every five Americans age 62 and older who expected to retire early are still working, according to a new analysis of the prevalence of unanticipated work in retirement and its consequ...More Details

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Questions on outdoor recreation not seen the same by men & women
January 19th 2006

When it comes to outdoor recreation, men and women differ not just in the activities they choose, but also in the way they perceive questions about how they spend their free time, according to Penn St...More Details

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2006: The year of recreation sports
January 19th 2006

Manteca is on the verge of more than doubling available recreational sports venues ranging from soccer to a BMX course. Sixteen new venues have been added to Manteca’s recreation repertoire by mid-...More Details

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IFA urged to delay decision on National Stadium
January 19th 2006

The Irish Football Association is being urged to delay their decision over whether or not to back a new National Stadium being built at the site of the old Maze prison. Belfast City Councillo...More Details

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Sports & Recreation: Barbados Cricket
January 19th 2006

Cricket is the national sport of Barbados and the West Indies. Thousands of Barbadians, other West Indians and visitors flock to world-class matches at Kensington Oval, Barbados to watch batsmen of th...More Details

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BACKCOUNTRY WATER QUALITY TESTS ARE GOOD NEWS FOR CAMPERS
January 6th 2005

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Data collected by experts from the UC Davis School of Medicine have revealed that except for some heavily used areas, streams and lakes in the high country of the Sierra Nevada...More Details

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