Men with lower IQ and poor cardiovascular fitness during teens at higher risk of early dementia

Men, who at the age of 18, have poorer cardiovascular fitness and/or a lower IQ more often suffer from dementia before the age of 60, according to a new study.

Kids today run slower than their parents: Study

Kids worldwide run slower than their parents did, and a big reason why is because they are heavier, researchers said this week at a major US medical conference.

Children`s cardiovascular fitness declining worldwide: Study

Kids today are about 15 per cent less fit from a cardiovascular standpoint than their parents were as youngsters, according to a new study which included data from 28 countries.

Aerobics can help improve memory, brain power

A new study has found that engaging in a physical exercise regimen helps healthy aging adults improve their memory, brain health and physical fitness.

Physical exercise actually benefits asthma patients

People with asthma who engage in appropriate exercise programs have improved cardiovascular fitness and an overall improved quality of life, a new study has revealed.

Exercise could reduce epilepsy risk in men

A new research has suggested that men who exercise vigorously as young adults may reduce their risk of developing epilepsy later in life.

20 min brisk daily walk could keep dementia at bay

A 20 minute brisk walk every day could help beat dementia, as it not only boosts memory but also improves the walker`s brain function, a new study has revealed.