Just like attempts at influencing hairstyles or clothing can backfire, adults who try to guilt middle-schoolers into exercising won't get them to be any more active, according to a new study by University of Georgia researchers.
(HealthDay)—Exercise may increase the size of brain regions that contribute to balance and coordination, preliminary research suggests.
An Indiana University study has found that three easy—one could even say slow—5-minute walks can reverse harm caused to leg arteries during three hours of prolonged sitting.
Progressive high-impact training improved the patellar cartilage quality of the postmenopausal women who may be at risk of osteoporosis (bone loss) as well as at risk of osteoarthritis. This was found out in the study carry ...
A new study from the University of Georgia finds a link between a person's fitness level—specifically cardiorespiratory fitness—and sleeping ability.
(HealthDay)—Children who play football in middle school don't appear to have any noticeable short-term brain damage from repeated hits to the head, new research suggests.
Men are more likely than women to slow their pace in the marathon, according to a new study led by a Grand Valley State University researcher. The findings were published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.
(HealthDay)—Your lifestyle at midlife helps predict how active you'll be in old age, a new study says.
Elite sporting stars can assess and reduce their risk of a hamstring injury thanks to a breakthrough made by QUT researchers.
Caffeine may improve exercise capacity and reduce fatigue in cancer survivors, a University of Queensland study has found.