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Just Two Minutes of Intense Exercise Twice a Week Prevents Diabetes, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Engaging in two sessions of High-Intensity Training (HIT) every week helps prevent type 2 diabetes, according to an Abertay University study.

PAD Patients Benefit from Home-Based Exercise Programs, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Home-based exercise programs help people suffering from clogged leg arteries to walk long distances and faster, according to a Northwestern University study.

Exposure to Cold Temperatures Help Control Weight Gain, Study

Feb 05, 2014 AM EST Shivering from cold is as effective as exercise in cutting down body fat as they both produce hormones that trigger the creation of calorie-burning ‘brown fat,’ according to a University of Sydney ...

Want To Sleep Peacefully? Quit Smoking, Study

Jan 03, 2014 AM EST A University of Rochester study has found that smokers can have a good night's sleep just by giving up the habit.

Ear Acupuncture Effective In Reducing Bulging Waistline, Study

Dec 17, 2013 AM EST South Korean researchers have found an easy way to shed holiday weight or body fat. No, they are not recommending any new kind of diet chart or exercise regime, but suggesting you prick your ears.

Exercise Activates Stronger Sexual Desires in Women Taking Antidepressants, Study

Dec 14, 2013 AM EST Engaging in moderately intense physical activities right before intercourse can ignite stronger sexual desires in women on antidepressants, according to a University of Texas Austin study. Lack of ...

Exercise Improves Creative Thought Process, Study

Dec 05, 2013 AM EST A new Leiden University study claims that regular physical activity not only makes the body fit and healthy, but also helps boost creative thinking.

Exercise Improves Memory, Attention in Dementia Patients, Study

Dec 04, 2013 AM EST Regular physical activity improves cognitive functioning and the ability to perform everyday tasks in older people suffering from dementia, according to a new University of Alberta study. Researchers ...

Housework Does Not Help To Cut Calories, Study

Oct 18, 2013 AM EDT A recent University of Ulster study has proved a long-standing theory of household chores making people fit and healthy, as false.

Triathletes Tolerate Pain Longer and Better than Non-Athletes, Israel Study

Oct 16, 2013 AM EDT Triathletes experience less pain than non-athletes, helping them travel long distances, according to a study conducted by Tel Aviv University.

‘Exercise Just 30 minutes a Day and Lose 25 Percent Weight,’ Danish Study

Sep 20, 2013 AM EDT People who exercised for just half an hour a day lost more than one-third of their body weight when compared to people who were involved in long work out sessions, according to a new study conducted ...

Listening To Your Favourite Music Can Strengthen Heart and Improve Stamina, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT One's favourite music combined with exercise training strengthens heart and also helps recover from heart ailments, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Nis, ...

FAU Decides To Review ‘Stomp On Jesus’ Classroom Exercise Instead Of Imposing an Outright Ban (UPDATE)

Jul 17, 2013 AM EDT Florida Atlantic University's (FAU) controversial classroom exercise, dubbed 'stomp on Jesus' will continue to stay on campus.

Top 5 Reasons Why Mosquitoes Bite Some People More Than Others

Jul 15, 2013 AM EDT Similar to human beings, mosquitoes too have tasty food choices! The little bloodsuckers do not bite every human being they come in contact with; they select their prey based on certain physical ...

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