Sitting disease linked to coronary heart calcification.
Scientists have discovered a link between a sedentary lifestyle — so called ‘sitting disease’ — and coronary heart calcification.
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Too much jogging may have serious health implications, new study finds.
Jogging for more 2.4 hours per week is linked to similar rates of death to those with sedentary lifestyles who do no jogging at all, a new study finds.
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How to control belly fat with the right type of exercise.
A mixture of weight training and aerobic exercise is better at controlling belly fat than just doing an equivalent amount of aerobic exercise, a new study finds.
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The easiest way to reduce your risk of an early death by 25%.
Just 20 minutes walking each day may be sufficient to reduce the chances of an early death, according to new research.
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