July 25, 2018 | Issue 243
Take the time to clearly define what you want to achieve, how you think you can achieve it, and what you need to do to meet your goals. That will set you up with a blueprint for action that can grow with you over time.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds that only about 23% of US adults meet federal recommendations for aerobic and muscle-strengthening activity.
Past studies have mostly focused on the positive impact of physical activity on lifespan and lower risk of diseases. Here is a new study linking inactivity to the risk of cancer and other diseases.
A recent study indicates that running and regular vigorous exercise improves the survival of adults who were diagnosed with cancer as children.