20pc of Type 2 diabetics do not benefit from exercise regimens

 A new study has revealed that exercise regimens offer little benefits for 20 percent of patients with Type 2 Diabetes.

Resveratrol could reverse benefits of exercise: Study

Contrary to popular belief, supplementing your exercise with resveratrol, a compound found in red wine and grapes, may not enhance the effects of physical activity, according to a new study.

Resveratrol could impede benefits of exercise

Contrary to popular belief, adding resveratrol (RSV) to your exercise routine may not enhance the effects of physical activity, said a study.

Any physical activity is good for brain health

Exercise boosts brain health and researchers have now found that the elderly and sedentary who cannot think of hitting the gym for physical activity may improve their brain health by doing any activity they like.

US students healthier than those in Britain: Study

College students in the US do better than their counterparts in Britain when it comes to physical activity, a healthy diet and less smoking, found a study.

Children who play better do better in school

A new study has revealed that just two hours of extra physical activity each week can improve school performance.

Exercise may not prevent depression in teens

A new study has demonstrated that there is no association between physical activity and the development of depressive symptoms later in adolescence.

Physical activity may not reduce depression among teens

There is no association between physical activity (PA) and the development of depressive symptoms later on in adolescence, a study has found.

Live near a beach to boost physical activity

 People who live close to the coast are more likely to meet physical activity guidelines than inland dwellers, found a study.

Now, app that teach kids to be healthy and active

A new app called 5-2-1-0 Kids! Powered by Henry Ford LiveWell, teach kids about making healthy food choices and being more active during the day.

Beware! Gym days fuel alcohol consumption

Now, you may know why you drink more on days when you hit the gym or attend aerobic classes at the neighbourhood park - as a reward for sweating out!

Physically active boys perform better in school

If you find it dificult to keep pace with the high levels of energy of your male kid, chances are that he will be good at studies, says a study.

Reducing sitting hours can boost lifespan

A new study has revealed that reducing the sitting hours can help people in protecting the aging of DNA and possibly extend their lifespan.

'Proper' physical activity may act as fountain of youth for bone, joint health

A new study has revealed that being physically active and use of regular nutrition regimens minimizes the signs of aging, like bone and joint problems, and maintains the overall health in older adults.

Health Ministry to promote cycling in a big way

In a bid to encourage physical activity, the Health Ministry wants to develop cycling tracks across the country as it embarks on a campaign to promote cycling for a healthy lifestyle.

Yoga can fight off obesity!

Most of us are suffering from health risks due to the sedentary life style and the busy daily routine that allows us to dedicate very less or no time for physical activity. The most common problem that we see today is obesity.

Ditch the car to shed flab: Study

Want to shed extra weight? Ditch the car and take public transport to work instead!

Physical activity slashes postmenopausal breast cancer risk

A new study has revealed that postmenopausal women who in the past four years had undertaken regular physical activity had a lower risk for invasive breast cancer compared with women who exercised less during those four years.

Office with windows boosts health of workers

The windows in your office may open gateways to good health as researchers have found that daylight in office improves worker`s sleep, physical activity and quality of life.

Passion lacking in older gym goers: Study

The machine-dominated fitness industry no longer ignites passion for physical activity among baby boomers (people born between 1945-65), says a study.