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13/01/2021 - Clear benefit of exercise on cardiovascular health
The positive impact of exercise on cardiovascular health appears to have 'no upper limit', according to new findings from the University of Oxford, UK. More

22/12/2020 - How fitness apps help boost health
Smartphone fitness apps and wearable activity trackers help to boost physical activity levels, according to an Australian study published today. More

26/11/2020 - Activity can offset sedentary lifestyle - WHO says
Exceeding the recommendations for weekly physical activity can offset the health harms associated with prolonged sitting, says new guidelines from the World Health Organisation. More

10/11/2020 - ME/CFS guidelines introduce energy envelope
Radical new official guidelines for treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome are set to shift care away from the perception that it is a psychological condition, it was announced today. More

04/11/2020 - Frailty link to dementia "modifiable"
New links have been found between the risk of dementia and frailty, which could be a modifiable risk factor, researchers say. More

29/09/2020 - Preventing heart disease would keep people employed
Preventative strategies that delay the onset of coronary heart disease would keep people in employment and save nearly 15 US billion dollars, according to a new Australian study. More

27/08/2020 - Step up battle against child obesity - report
Poor families should be paid a £3 a day grant tied to the purchase of healthy food, a report today says, warning that failing to tackle childhood obesity will cost the NHS £66 billion over the coming decades. More

14/07/2020 - Unfit middle-aged facing extra years of bad health
People in their 40s and 50s now are likely to suffer more years of ill health than those now in their 60s and early 70s, a new study has concluded. More

14/05/2020 - Physical work demands shorter working life
Jobs with high physical demands are linked to a shortened working life and more sickness absence and unemployment, Danish researchers say today. More

15/04/2020 - Protective benefit of exercise on liver cancer
Australian researchers have reported new discoveries about the protective effect of exercise against liver cancer. More

01/04/2020 - Clear boost for metabolism from exercise
Exercise appears to have an even more beneficial effect on the metabolism than previously thought, according to an Australian study. More

04/03/2020 - End stigma call on World Obesity Day
The world needs a consensus statement to prevent weight-based discrimination, medical and scientific organisations say today. More

07/01/2020 - How marathon runners roll back years
People who take up marathon running reverse their vascular age by about four years, according to a major UK study published last night. More

11/12/2019 - Exercise labels on food may improve choices
Food packaging labels should show how much exercise is needed to burn off the energy content, according to a new analysis. More

04/12/2019 - Physically inactive adults pose growing health risk
More than a quarter of adults in England are physically inactive, failing to achieve 30 minutes of moderate exercise within a week, according to the latest national health survey published yesterday. More

22/11/2019 - Inactive teens jeopardising future - WHO
Most adolescents, globally, are too inactive, putting their future health at risk, according to a major analysis published today. More

12/11/2019 - Arts participation reduces poor health and inequality
Taking part in activities such as singing and dancing from a young age can reduce social inequalities and encourage healthy behaviour, according to the world’s largest review into the health benefits of the arts. More

08/11/2019 - Over 60s should increase exercise
People over the age of 60 should do more exercise - not less - to prevent heart disease and stroke, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

05/11/2019 - Short jogs could improve health and longevity
"Small doses" of running could lead to substantial improvements in health and longevity, researchers report today. More

22/10/2019 - Footballer neurodegenerative risk quantified
Professional footballers face a significantly increased risk of developing neurodegenerative disease in their old age, according to the findings of the largest study of its kind, published yesterday. More

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