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EXERCISE COULD BE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH FOR THE HEART

EXERCISE SCULPTS HEART AS WELL AS MUSCLES

Exercise HeartResearch shows that exercise can cause structural changes in the heart, but the benefits vary depending on the type of training a person is engaged in.

RUNNING, HEART ATTACKS, ARTHRITIS, SKIN CANCER AND EARLY DEATH

Runnning HealthTHREE MYTHS AND ONE TRUTH ABOUT RUNNING AND HEALTH

EXERCISE CUTS RISK OF CANCERS

Exercise reduces cancer riskAdults who are regularly active, whether through exercise or work, are less likely to develop cancer, a study suggests.

EXERCISE REDUCES UTERINE CANCER RISK

Exercise reduces uterine cancer riskIn overweight or obese women, physical activity, even at light or moderate intensities, lowers the risk of cancer of the lining of the uterus (endometrial cancer), according to findings from recent research.

AEROBIC EXERCISE REVERSES MENTAL DECLINE

Exercise reverses mental declineRegular aerobic exercise can not only stave off the decline in brain function that often comes with age, it can also help turn back the clock on brain aging, based on critical review of published studies.

EXERCISE AFTER BACK SURGERY SPEEDS RECOVERY

Exercise Back SurgeryExercise therapy after surgery for a slipped disc may help people get over their pain and disability more quickly, a research review suggests.

EXERCISE RELIEVES CONSTIPATION

Exercise Constipation reliefRegular exercise may relieve constipation in people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, according to a study.

A LITTLE EXERCISE BENEFICIAL FOR SEVERELY OBESE

Obese can exerciseWhen it comes to exercise and physical activity, people who are severely obese often feel defeated and think – “why bother”. But a new study shows why they should bother.

EXERCISE OVERRIDES OBESITY GENE

Exercise blocks fat geneVigorous physical activity can help even people genetically prone to obesity keep the weight off.

MORE EXERCISE AND LESS TV FOR SLIM KIDS

Kid exerciseChildren who regularly exercise and limit their time in front of the TV and computer are much less likely to be overweight than their peers.

WORLD SPINE DAY

Posture AnalysisOctober 16th is World Spine Day.

CHIROPRACTIC AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM CONNECTION

chiropractic immune systemA recent review of the scientific literature on the connections between the nervous and the immune systems explored the contention that chiropractic adjustments may affect neuroimmune function.

WORLD WATER CRISIS UNDERLIES FOOD CRISIS

DRUG COMPANY DUMPS VACCINE WASTE AND CHEMICALS INTO TOWN WATER

CANCER DRUGS FOUND IN TAP WATER

drugs found in waterBritain's tap water should be monitored for powerful medicines after traces of cancer and psychiatric drugs were detected in samples, a report has warned.

SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT FLUORIDE IN SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

WHY DO DEATH RATES DECLINE?

HAYFEVER CURE CHECK LIST

hayfever cureIn the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ 2001 National Health Survey, 19% of 15 – 24-year-olds reported suffering from hayfever, making it the most prevalent long-term illness in that age group. Overall, 16% of Australians reported suffering from hayfever. 

EFFECTS OF CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS ON CD4 COUNTS OF HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS

T Cell CD4The researchers sought to demonstrate that upper cervical specific adjustments would have a positive effect on the physiology, serology and immunology of HIV positive individuals.

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