Research News on Effects of Exercise

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HOW ABOUT THIS!

Want to Save $2,500 This Year? While you are doing this, you will also reduce your medical costs.  The answer is easy – just start EXERCISING.  In fact, if you just walk five days a week for 30 minutes, every week of the year,  the savings will be yours.  Recent studies published in the Journal of American Heart Association published these results.

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For More Information:  See:

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/07/well/move/whats-the-value-of-exercise-2500.html

Lower Your Risk for 13 Types of Cancer!  Really, but I’m overweight!  Well, take a look at this. Comprehensive study suggests that there are potential cancer-fighting benefits to all active people.  Just start EXERCISING.

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For More Information  See:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/05/18/exercise-tied-to-lower-risk-for-13-types-of-cancer/

 

Increase Your Attention, Memory, Oxidation, Processing Speed!  Well, that doesn’t work. Everyone knows that you just start falling apart when you get old.  Really?  Well, guess what? Dr. Burzynska and her colleagues found out that there were improvements among the oldest volunteers in working memory and attention.  What were they doing?

You probably guessed it – EXERCISING

For More Information:  See:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/physed-4/

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/12/09/does-exercise-help-keep-our-brains-young/

 

Increase Your B.D.N.F., a Protein That Is Like “Miracle-Gro” in the Brain!  Wow!  This helps the brain to function better, – strengthens those neuron connections.  Doesn’t that sound great!  How do you do that?  EXERCISE!

For More Information:  See:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/06/15/how-exercise-may-help-the-brain-grow-stronger/

 The Fountain of Youth Has Been Discovered!    Just love that idea!  All I have to do is keep my telomeres long.  Those are tiny caps found on the end of DNA strands. They remind me of the plastic ends on shoelaces. They are so powerful, They protect the DNA from damage during cell division and replication. Of course, they can get damaged by obesity, smoking, insomnia, diabetes, and other health problems.  So how can I keep my telomeres longer.  EXERCISE!

For More Information:  See:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/28/does-exercise-slow-the-aging-process/