Articles for Tag: "mortality"
Do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks of cramming a week’s worth of exercise into one or two days?
New research suggests an unconventional method for athletes in search of a boost.
Contrary to popular belief, a new study claims a person’s emotional state has no direct effect on mortality.
Get expert advice on coping with sadness and stress prior to pregnancy.
A short jog may forecast the chances that you will be alive in 10 years.
A new study shows that even a moderate amount of exercise may extend your life.
A new study shows that an optimistic outlook on life can go a long way in helping people with heart disease thrive.
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