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  • The Molecules’ Marathon

    The Molecules’ Marathon0

    The benefits of exercise are not a surprise, and most of us have a fair sense of individual fitness. A recent article published in the Cell Journal1 went a step further and investigated what happens to the body at a molecular level after physical activity. Researchers at Stanford School of Medicine examined the molecular responses

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  • Being Healthy in Old Age Add Years to Life

    Being Healthy in Old Age Add Years to Life0

    It pays to be active and live a healthy lifestyle even when you’re old, says new Swedish research. Healthy living into your seventies can add up to 5 years to your life. We all know that lifestyle factors such as smoking, heavy drinking and being overweight is bad for health and shorten life expectancy. But

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  • New Study Links Physical Activity to Good Marks in School

    New Study Links Physical Activity to Good Marks in School0

    The stereotype of the athlete with bad performance at school may be wrong, according to a new study made at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The research, published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, concludes that doing exercise, whether at the school or during free time, leads to better academic performance. The

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