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Exercise and Anxiety

What are the benefits of a single 30-minute treadmill session?

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THURSDAY, Dec. 20, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- You might think the perfect gift for someone you love is a gym membership or a subscription to a healthy food plan, but you need to make sure the recipient will make use of them.

"As much as we may want to, we can't change people who are not ready to make changes in their own life," said Kara Shifler Bowers, a registered dietitian and a proj...

TUESDAY, Sept. 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Regular exercise may slow kidney damage in people with lupus while stress may prompt the opposite effect, new research suggests.

The autoimmune disease causes the body to attack and damage vital organs such as the kidneys. Singer Selena Gomez put lupus in the spotlight last week when she received a kidney transplant because the disease had...

FRIDAY, July 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Companies needn't worry that job performance will suffer when employees use "active" workstations that come with potentially distracting treadmills, bikes or ellipticals.

New research shows that most of the thinking skills needed to get through a typical workday are "not impaired while working on the active workstation," said study author Bran...

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Is a treadmill a good choice for getting in shape? Treadmills aren't the most exciting way to get fit, but they can certainly do the job -- well enough, in fact, to be the most popular exercise machines in America. Whether you decide to walk, jog, or run, you can get a great cardiovascular and lower-body workout in any kind of weather. On the downside, it doesn't do much for your upper body, so yo...

It doesn't take much effort to sign up for a gym membership. Getting the right pair of shoes, choosing a workout outfit, finding an hour in your schedule -- no problem. But sticking to a routine that will get you real results -- that's the stumbling block that separates the successful exercisers from the rest of the crowd. Recent surveys suggest that half of all Americans don't get enough exercise...

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