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Rev Up Your Workouts with HIIT

Government guidelines recommend that each week most adults do at least 150 to 300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise like brisk walking or fast...

Is Exercise Okay If You Have a Cold?

Should I stop exercising if I have a cold? Not necessarily. Studies have found that it doesn’t matter whether people with colds exercise or rest—the...

Exercise … for Eyes’ Sake

Cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) are the three leading causes of vision loss in older adults in the U.S. Although each disorder has unique risk factors, growing...

Exercising Away Anxiety

If you’re feeling anxious (and who isn’t these days?), you may want to give exercise a try: A new Swedish study of 286 people suggests that anxiety symptoms can...

A Walking Workout

Of all the ways to stay fit, walking is the easiest and safest, and is a great way to enjoy nature or city streetscapes. And after your walk, you...

On a Diet? For Bones’ Sake, Step Up the Exercise!

Losing weight if you’re overweight can help improve your health in many ways. But it can also take a toll on your bones. For example, a large observational study...