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In another reminder of how indispensable the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) is to public health - despite recent national political headlines - the esteemed agency published an invaluable study evaluating the implementation of the...
Black women who walk or exercise vigorously for 5 or more hours/week are less likely to die from cardiovascular disease or cancer, according to an analysis published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
As the health care system moves toward greater reliance on wearables for health-related data, researchers are raising alarm about the ability of some wearables to provide accurate data for people with darker skin tone.
An open letter to the fitness industry from Fit 4 Us serves as a powerful call to action to support Black fitness professionals and underserved communities. The letter highlights three troubling statistics that...
Even after achieving significant physical activity improvement over 24 months, older Hispanic adults still held onto self-defeating perceptions about aging and illness, and struggled to maintain motivation to continue exercising, according to a fascinating study published in...
The effectiveness of a vaccine may be higher for elite athletes, according to two studies covered by Gretchen Reynolds of the NY Times. Together, the two studies tell us that being in...
Health coaching led to "clinically significant weight loss at 24 months" as part of a high-intensity, lifestyle-based obesity treatment program addressing an underserved primary care population, according to a promising study published by the New England Journal...
Club Industry has committed to a content series on diversity, equity and inclusion in collaboration with BLAQUE, which will highlight fitness industry voices from people of color. https://twitter.com/clubindustry/status/1295873743072501761?s=20 The first...
One small walking study. A giant leap for machine-kind? A computerized human simulation (i.e. non-human) named "Carmen" can be an effective health coach for low-income, older Latino adults, according to a study published in...
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