Behavior change can be exceptionally hard, even after a traumatic health event that would signal an urgent need for a lifestyle adjustment. For heart attack survivors with a partner or spouse at home,...
Osteo-arthritis patients are more likely to be sedentary and inactive on days when morning catastrophizing is above normal, according to a study published in PAIN. Why It Matters Movement and...
Loved this post from Pete Moore of Integrity Square. It's not only a passionate rebuttal to all those who predict the death and demise of the brick and mortar fitness industry, it's also a very real bet...
Office workers with minimal sitting time during the workday are likely to report higher levels of energy and greater job satisfaction than their sedentary peers, according to a study from the International Journal of Environmental Research and...
Although the research on physical activity as an effective treatment for menopausal symptoms (e.g. hot flashes and night sweats) is inconclusive, doctors should provide symptomatic menopausal women with support and encouragement to exercise, according to findings published...
Physical activity may reduce suffering from asthma in as few as eight weeks, according to a study published in Chest Journal. The study, structured as a randomized control trial, compared two groups of...
Some characteristics of a residential built environment - like walkability, park proximity, and public transport - can impact physical activity rates, but the impact may be more complex than previously understood and vary between weekends and weekdays,...
As we all continue to expand our knowledge about the far-reaching benefits of regular exercise - and the complex relationship to behavior change science - I believe you will be fascinated by our special guest on the...
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...
Nearly 7 out of 10 respondents to a global survey indicated an interest in digitally-delivered, at-home exercise programs, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
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