Exercise may be a new prescription to help those with sleep problems. Researchers found rigorous exercise causes measurable changes in sleep quality, even if a person doesn't notice the difference.
Drinking a cup of strong coffee an hour before exercise, especially in the afternoon, increases fat-burning.
Mouse study reveals maternal exercise during pregnancy reduced the transmission of metabolic disorders from obese parents, whether the disorder was apparent in the father or mother.
For Parkinson's patients, golf is better than tai chi at improving movement and balance.
A new picture book with step-by-step instructions on how to do basic exercises like jumping jacks, helps increase levels of physical activity in young people with ASD.
From helping improve cognitive health to improving symptoms of mental health problems such as depression and anxiety, researchers examine the benefits of exercise on brain health.
Embarking on a six-month aerobic exercise regime may help reduce cognitive decline for older adults living with Alzheimer's disease.
Women in their 60s who spent a few hours a day performing light physical activities, such as gardening or strolling, had a 46% lower risk of mobility loss than those who were less active.
Taking omega-3 supplements may help to reduce muscle soreness following exercise. Researchers found omega-3 reduced inflammation and decreased muscle damage post exercise.
During vigorous exercise, the body produces large amounts of the hormone GDF15, but the quantity is not sufficient enough to affect behavior or appetite.