1.01 Recreation helps extend life expectancy. (active living, fitness, sport)
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[Apr 03 2017]
Environmental Facilitators and Physical Activity of Older Adults
High walkability of the living environment provides opportunities for physical activity in old age.
[Jan 23 2017]
Physical Activity Slows Biological Aging
A low amount of physical activity appeared to create a biological age gap of eight years between those women who exercised and those that did not.
[Nov 20 2016]
Higher Fitness Reduces Risk of Death after first Heart Attack
Higher baseline exercise capacity was independently associated with a lower risk of early death after a first myocardial infarction.
[Oct 17 2016]
Running Repairs Neurodegenerative Disease in Animal Brain
Canadian researchers discovered that a molecule triggered by running can help repair certain kinds of brain damage in animal models.
[Sep 26 2016]
Heart Failure Risk Reduced in Older Adults with Moderate Physical Activity
In older adults, the risk of heart failure can be cut in half by adherence to key protective lifestyle factors, including modest physical activity, in addition to not smoking and a healthy weight.
[Sep 20 2016]
Recreational Physical Activity in Natural Environments and Implications for Health
The study estimated that more than eight million adults in England engage in green exercise each week, resulting in over 1.3 billion green exercise visits a year.
[Sep 14 2016]
Regular Exercise Lowers Heart Disease Health Costs
The study provides strong evidence of the association between moderate‐vigorous physical activity and significantly lower health care expenditures and resource utilization, irrespective of...
[Sep 12 2016]
Physical Activity Moderates the Association Between Alcohol and Mortality
Meeting the current physical activity public health recommendations offsets some of the all-cause and nearly all cancer mortality risk associated with alcohol drinking.
[Aug 28 2016]
A Chapter a Day: Reading and Longevity
Researchers found that avid readers lived on average almost two years longer than those who did not read.
[Aug 22 2016]
Physical Activity and Risk of Five Chronic Diseases
Higher levels of total physical activity were significantly associated with lower risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, diabetes, ischemic heart disease, and ischemic stroke events.
[May 24 2016]
Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation for Coronary Heart Disease
This study confirms that exercise-based cardiac reabilitation reduces cardiovascular mortality and provides data showing reductions in hospital admissions and improvements in quality of life.
[May 09 2016]
Cycling and Walking are Healthy Even in Polluted Cities
Physical activity benefits of active travel outweighed the harm caused by air pollution in all but the most extreme air pollution concentrations.