Light Exercise Improves Memory

Anyone over 50 usually notices their memory isn’t what it used to be. However, research has recently found that just 10 minutes of light exercise can help improve memory.  Memory loss is not uncommon for older adults and its one of the first symptoms of aging noticed. We enter a room and realize we forgot [. . . more]

Breast Cancer Survivors Improve Cognition with Exercise

A pilot study was recently published which claims that increased physical activity helped boost breast cancer survivors’ memory and cognitive function. It’s known that increased physical activity improves cognition in cognitively impaired or even healthy adults, but the benefits for cancer survivors were undetermined. Many breast cancer survivors report poor memory or reduced ability to [. . . more]

Surprising New Cardio Health News

Our goal is to always keep our readers informed about the latest breaking health news. Sometimes medical research results can surprise as well as inform. Cardio health is a concern for many as a leading cause of serious illness and death for both men and women. Cardiovascular disease tend to run in families, and if [. . . more]

Regular Exercise Slows the Aging Process

Recent research shows that regularly exercising throughout one’s life can slow the aging process and prevent deterioration of the immune system. Two articles, published in March 2018 in Aging Cell by researchers from the University of Birmingham and King’s College London proved that older people who have exercised all of their lives have the immunity, [. . . more]

Exercise Can Help You Quit Smoking

A study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in December 2017 suggests that even moderate intensity exercise reduces the severity of nicotine withdrawal symptoms in smokers. Researchers at St. George’s University of London exposed mice to nicotine for 14 days and measured the effects of exercise intensity on their nicotine withdrawal symptoms. The mice were [. . . more]

Aerobic Exercise Can Increase Brain Size

In a new study, researchers from Australia’s National Institute of Complementary Medicine at Western Sydney University and the Division of Psychology and Mental Health at the University of Manchester in the UK examined the effects of aerobic exercise on the brain. Their study showed that aerobic exercise increased the size of the left region of [. . . more]