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Little exercise, heavy use of electronic media constitute a significant health risk for children

The Physical Activity and Nutrition in Children Study, PANIC, carried out by the Institute of Biomedicine at the University of Eastern Finland shows that low levels of physical activity combined with heavy use of electronic media and sedentary behavior are linked to an increased risk for type 2 diabetes and vascular diseases already in 6-8 […]

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White matter disease exacts heavy toll, increasing risk of stroke, Alzheimer’s, dementia

Researchers have found further troubling evidence that cognitive damage from white matter disease is more widespread than first thought. A comprehensive meta-analysis of twenty seven published studies comparing healthy older adults to those who have cognitive impairment due to white matter disease has revealed that the disease can sabotage several cognitive areas. Led by the […]

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More Evidence Heavy But Healthy People Still At Risk

By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new analysis supports the idea that obese people who are otherwise healthy are still at risk of heart problems down the road. Researchers who reviewed past studies found that even heavy people who didn’t have high blood pressure or diabetes, for instance, had more heart attacks […]

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Fit Tubes

Fit TubesExertools Fitness Tube Strong tubing with attached handles at both ends. Use as is in stand alone exercises or combine with Dyna Discs or Gymballs. Available in 4 tensions (light, medium, heavy and extra-heavy). Color Resitance Blue Light Red Medium Yellow Heavy Black Extra Heavy If you have any questions about this product or […]

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