Newly published research seems to provide evidence that vigorous exercise may reduce the risk of certain cancers.
There is a claim that walking 10,000 steps every day improves your overall health. Is this a myth or does it actually work?
New research shows that the time of day for exercise may have different effects on obesity and type 2 diabetes. Over the years, I have heard different anecdotes and claims made about exercise, but I dismissed them since there was… Read More »Exercise timing may have an effect on obesity and type 2 diabetes
There used to be a claim that 10,000 steps per day was good enough to keep the doctor away. Yet, there wasn’t much science supporting that claim, and lower amounts of walking worked just as well. Now, we have some… Read More »Just 4000 steps per day may reduce the risk of dying
New study shows that exercise may not have an effect on cognitive decline, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease.
New research shows that any amount of exercise can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease like heart attack.
New study shows that walking over 8000 steps at least once a week can have positive health benefits such as lowering the risk of death.