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Exercise reduces fatigue, improves quality of life and may help reduce cancer recurrence.
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Like medication and psychotherapy, this type of workout offers effective relief from obsessively worrying.
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Regular physical activity and healthy eating can extend the lives of people with colon and breast cancer.
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Our brains decrease in size as we age, increasing our risk of dementia and cognitive decline.
New findings prove making changes to address your risk factors for cardiovascular disease is effective both before and after a serious event
Fasting workouts may actually help trick your body into burning more fat.
Folks who exercised and stayed fit early in life through middle age have a better chance of reducing their risk of dementia when they become o...
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