Result Cardia Study: “Greater physical fitness was associated with more brain volume and greater white matter integrity measured 5 years later in middle-aged adults. Neurology® 2015;84:2347–2353”

Article in Neurology:;http://www.neurology.org/content/84/23/2347.full.pdf+html Abstract: “Cardiorespiratory fitness and brain volume and white matter integrity The CARDIA Study ABSTRACT Objective: We hypothesized that greater cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with lower odds of having unfavorable brain MRI findings. Methods: We studied 565 healthy…
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Walk dont sit!

Already 2min more per hour may start to show benefit according to a new study (Link to original Article:;http://cjasn.asnjournals.org/content/early/2015/04/29/CJN.08410814.abstract) In;Medscape Medical News;”Walking Instead of Sitting Prolongs Life Even in Small Doses;Laurie Barclay MD May;01;2015″;http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/844068?nlid=806841842;src=wnleditmedpwir;uac=17651BN;spon=17 “Light-Intensity Physical Activities and Mortality in…
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Good news in JAMA Intern Med 2015 large reduction in mortality risk “for those who do a little and those who do lot” of exercise by Arem et . al.

Article in Medscape (www.medscape.com/viewarticle/842901?nlid=794691842;src=wnleditmedpwir;uac=17651BN;spon=17#vp1)”BETHESDA MD — Good news on the exercise front including for those who do a little and those who do lot with a new study showing that any amount of leisure-time physical activity is associated with a…
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new study: statin therapy may be associated with a 46% increase in diabetes risk men

“http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-04/cholesterol-cutting-statins-found-to-raise-diabetes-risk-by-46-” time.com/3732605/statins-may-seriously-increase-diabetes-risk/ From DIA daily: Time adds “For patients who may not yet be diabetic but are vulnerable to developing the disease and also may need a statin Dr. Neil Stone lead author of the 2013 American College of Cardiology…
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