Janno Barlage, founder Fysio24

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26 Fitness Trackers Ranked from Worst to First

Fine. You didn’t buy a smartwatch. You were never going to anyway. Meet the fitness tracker: a less expensive, more immediately useful tech product …

6 Easy Ways To Strengthen Your Bones And Prevent Osteoporosis

Here at Huff/Post50 we've written about the ways your body gets stronger as you age-- you get fewer colds, enjoy better sex, and have clearer skin, just to name a few. But we're also aware that certain things can get weaker, like our bones.<p>Both older men and women are at risk of osteoporosis, which …

Muscle-Strengthening and Conditioning Activities and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: A Prospective Study in Two Cohorts of US Women

Abstract<p>Background<p>It is well established that aerobic physical activity can lower the risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D), but whether muscle-strengthening …

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Move More -- All Day -- To Get Fit

<i>Co-authored by Andrew Heffernan, CSCS, co-author of The Exercise Cure, by Rodale, 2013.</i><p>One of the more interesting insights in <i>The Blue Zones</i> by Dan Buettner -- a book about the world's longest-living sub-populations -- is physical activity is <i>built into</i> the everyday activities of long-living …

Want a better work-life balance? Exercise, study finds

Researchers have found that exercise plays a role in how individuals feel they can manage their work-life balance.

Diet and exercise: cancer benefits in huge study of women's health

<b>In a large study of women's health, postmenopausal women who followed a healthy lifestyle were at a third lower risk of death, including a 20%</b> …

Older men who ignore knee pain risk worse problems

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Shrugging off chronic knee pain as an inevitable part of aging puts men in their 70s at risk for accelerated muscle loss, falls and generally reduced quality of life, a new study suggests.<p>“This study confirms the findings of many studies indicating that chronic knee pain …

Regular exercise in middle age protects against muscle weakness later in life

A cross-sectional study by investigators from Tokyo University has found that exercising in middle age is a protective factor against sarcopenia and …

Keep on exercising, researchers advise older breast cancer survivors

To build and maintain muscle strength, it is best for older breast cancer survivors to follow an ongoing exercise program of resistance and impact …

These Lifestyle Choices Reduce Men's Risk Of Dementia And Chronic Disease

Exercise now and you'll surely reap ceaseless rewards later, a new study suggests. Men with healthy habits, including regular exercise, are 60 …

Why Runners Don't Get Knee Arthritis

December 7, 2013<p>One of the most entrenched beliefs about running, at least among nonrunners, is that it causes arthritis and ruins knees. But a nifty …

Don't ignore hip pain: Impingement a growing problem among young, active

Hip pain is no longer reserved for older adults. More and more young, active people are developing this problem, which often requires surgery to …

Exercise, diet and lifestyle changes can prevent diabetes in people at high risk

(Medical Xpress)—People at high risk of developing diabetes can prevent its onset if they exercise, improve their diet and make one other lifestyle …

Regular physical activity in later life boosts likelihood of 'healthy aging' up to sevenfold

It's never too late to get physically active, with even those starting relatively late in life reaping significant health benefits, finds research.

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Working out at the gym isn’t the only activity that can boost longevity, a new study finds

By Linda Searing<p>Activity and health<p>Non-exercise activity may lead to a healthier heart and a longer life<p><b>THE QUESTION</b> Many studies have linked regular exercise to health benefits, especially heart-related ones. But are there similar benefits from day-to-day physical activity beyond what is …

Does doctor know best? A new approach to "evidence" based health care

Leading health care experts have today called for a fresh approach to evaluating treatment amid claims that dog walking and singing classes can lead …

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