Healthy eating, daily exercise, reducing alcohol consumption, and not smoking not only lead to a longer life, but they can also reduce Alzheimer's risk for those with genetic risk factors.
Intense sports training may be good for the body, but it might not always be so good for the mind. Researchers found the more intense a training session is, the lower both mood and heart rate variability are the next day.
The benefits of endurance exercise can vary based on the mutation types associated with primary mitochondrial disease, a new study reports.
Reducing glucose levels may mitigate the blood sugar associated blunting of the aerobic response, a new study reports.
A new study found a causal link between brisk walking and telomere length. Researchers found that 10 minutes of brisk walking per day was associated with longer life expectancy, and brisk walkers have up to 20 years' greater life expectancy than those who walk slowly.
The role exercise plays in maintaining insulin levels and BMI may help protect brain volume and stave off dementia in older adults.
Older adults who lived a healthier lifestyle not only added years to their life expectancy, they also had a decreased risk of Alzheimer's disease.
A progressive exercise training program may help mitigate some of the psychological and physiological effects of adverse childhood experiences in otherwise healthy young women.
Thirty minutes of exercise can reduce symptoms of depression for up to 75 minutes following a workout and improve the outcome of therapies aimed at treating depression.
Regular exercise may break inflammation associated with long-COVID that leads to diabetes, depression, and cognitive impairment in the months following infection.
A new meta-analysis of 15 studies reveals the optimum number of steps people of different age ranges should take per day in order to maximize longevity.