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Sugar and processed foods undermine body’s response to exercise

New York Times | 
[A] study, which involved rodents and people, suggests that eating a diet high in sugar and processed foods, which may ...
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Can a specific exercise make you smarter: Sprinting, jogging or weightlifting?

New York Times | 
Exercise...augments adult neurogenesis, which is the creation of new brain cells in an already mature brain...[R]esearchers at the University of ...

What’s the ideal amount of exercise for a healthy life?

New York Times | 
Exercise has had a Goldilocks problem, with experts debating just how much exercise is too little, too much or just ...

Genes may influence how much we like exercise

New York Times | 
It’s possible that some of us are born not to run. According to an eye-opening new genetics study of lab ...

Genetics of being a daredevil

New York Times | 
Watching participants in slopestyle and half-pipe skiing and snowboarding flip, curl, cartwheel and otherwise contort themselves in the air during ...

Exercise causes epigenetic changes

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Exercise promotes health, reducing most people’s risks of developing diabetes and growing obese. But just how, at a cellular level, ...