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UCL & MRC Public engagement project promoting physical activity across mid-life
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Daily walk is 'like a magic pill' to slow ageing - Telegraph.co.uk

Daily walk is 'like a magic pill' to slow ageing - Telegraph.co.uk | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it
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Daily walk is 'like a magic pill' to slow ageing
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Walking for half an hour a day is equivalent to taking a “magic pill” that combats ageing and prevents early death, a doctor has claimed.
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Revisiting Lifestyle Risk Index Assessment in a Large Australian Sample: Are Sedentary Behavior and Sleep Correlated with Health Outcomes?

Publication date: Available online 28 December 2013 Source:Preventive Medicine Author(s): Ding Ding , Kris Rogers , Rona Macniven , Venugopal Kamalesh , Leonard Kritharides , John Chalmers , Adrian Bauman Objective Most studies on...

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Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With Dementia - Telemanagement

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Telemanagement Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With Dementia Telemanagement (TeleManagement) Researchers report four cardiovascular risk factors during midlife, such as high cholesterol, hypertension, smoking and diabetes, also contribute to...
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Meeting people, staying active helps the aging process - Gainesville Sun

Meeting people, staying active helps the aging process
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"I would say to try to do whatever you can to remain physically active," said Dr.
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Yoga Better for Brain Function Than Aerobic Exercise, Study Finds ...

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A little bone for the yogis in the age old yoga versus exercise debate? A small new study shows 20 minutes of yoga beats out 20 minutes of aerobic exercise.
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Get Active Today: Disc golf - WPSD Local 6

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Get Active Today: Disc golf
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As a youth pastor and avid disc golfer, Thom Clark finds the game to be almost a religious experience. Just like conventional golf, the game has the same thrilling shots that get the adrenaline pumping.
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Science-Based 7 Minute Exercise - Neatorama

We know, we know. We should exercise more. But who has the time to go to the gym? American College of Sports Medicine's Health & Fitness journal just squashed that excuse with this: a set of 12 exercises with only body ...
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Time Priority: Cook or Exercise? | Psych Central News

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Taking the time to prepare healthy meals appears to come at the expense of exercise, suggests a new study. And, the coin goes the other way, with daily.
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Successful Brain Aging: Is Bigger Always Better?

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Successful cognitive aging is in your reach with some brain retraining

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Exercise Now to Reduce Dementia Risk Later in Life - Senior Health Center - Everyday Health

Exercise Now to Reduce Dementia Risk Later in Life - Senior Health Center - Everyday Health | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it
A new study of more than 19,000 adults associates fitness in middle age with a lower risk of dementia later in life.
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Lifelong exercise may keep aging mind sharp

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"It appears that intensive exercise may offer benefits for brain functioning in later life over and above those resulting from regular yet less intense exercise," says researcher Alex Dregan. (Credit: Ian Hunter/Flickr) ...
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Alzheimer's prevention strategy prescribes exercise - Health - CBC News

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More than one in seven cases of Alzheimer's disease could be prevented if people who are physically inactive started getting regular doses of exercise, according to a new report.
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Protect your body from premature ageing - Times of India

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Times of India Protect your body from premature ageing Times of India While the human body is capable of handling a certain amount of free radicals, when your system gets overloaded, it affects your body's ability to cope and results in premature...
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Staying active is the key to staying healthy - Dothan Eagle

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Staying active is the key to staying healthy
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“Many individuals do not understand that having an active senior center is vital to their community.
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PLOS ONE: Reconsidering the Sedentary Behaviour Paradigm

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PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.

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Getting a Brain Boost Through Exercise

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For the most robust brain health, it’s probably advisable to incorporate both aerobic and resistance training, two new studies in people and animals suggest.

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Forget the gym: Yoga is better at boosting memory and concentration than ... - Daily Mail

Forget the gym: Yoga is better at boosting memory and concentration than ... - Daily Mail | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it
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Just 12 minutes of exercise a week is enough to stay fit - Natural News

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Just 12 minutes of exercise a week is enough to stay fit.
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Actions You Can Take To Prevent The Signs Of Ageing | Website ...

Reports on the anti–ageing effects of caloric-limited diet programs are encouraging. Resveratrol is located in the two grapes and grapes.Resveratrol is located naturally Japanese knotweed beginnings (the Latin good name ...
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Anti-Ageing Lifestyle Keeps You Young for Longer

Anti-Ageing Lifestyle Keeps You Young for Longer | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it
Find out how and why your lifestyle choices can prevent premature ageing and increase your mental and physical well-being.
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Are We Making Trade-Offs In Healthy Behaviors?

Are We Making Trade-Offs In Healthy Behaviors? | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it
Do you find it hard to fit in the time and energy for a great workout followed by a healthy home-cooked meal? You are not alone. (Time Spent On Healthy Cooking, Exercise Are Tradeoffs In Average American's Day: Study: Do you find it hard to...
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National Walking Day 2013

General Information and registration links for National Walking Day
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It's National Walking Day! Commit to walking just 30 minutes today to kick start your journey towards better heart and brain's health! Like this post when you get back! Show us how you’re moving today.

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Regular workouts may boost your brain power as you age

Regular workouts may boost your brain power as you age | Use it, don't lose it! | Scoop.it

A new study finds that the brains of middle-aged people who exercise regularly show evidence of better brain function later in life than their more sedentary counterparts.

"Our results indicate that regular physical exercise is associated with a healthier brain, better neuronal viability, greater neural plasticity and higher metabolic efficiency," Haley told Runners World in an interview on the study. "In other words, the brains of habitual exercisers appear to have a higher brain reserve and can be expected to age better, preserving cognitive function for longer periods of time."

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The Benefits of Early Morning Exercise | Stay Tuned Sports Medicine

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A big barrier to getting enough exercise is often the fact that it's hard to fit it into a daily schedule. It's extra hard if you have kids, work unpredictable hours, or have a somewhat spontaneous social life.
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Do You Exercise More in Warmer Weather?

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This Winter marked a season of harsh rainstorms, white-out blizzards, and the worst flu season in a decade, so if your regular exercise routine has taken a hit, you can be excused! But now that Spring is almost in the air, ...
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