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You Should Probably Stop Running Marathons — They Might Kill You

You know that friend of yours, the one who's really into running? He might actually be running himself right into an early grave: new research has discovered that too much exercise can be bad for your heart.

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Exercise Can Improve Memory in Older Adults

It is often said that, as you age, the memory is the first thing to go. However, according to a new study, one fairly simple step can greatly improve older adults' ability to remember.

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New Research Claims Exercise May Help You Stop Smoking

Smokers who have tried to quit in the past using patches, gum, voodoo witchdoctor magic and other addiction propaganda may just want to step outside for a run the next time they feel the need to smoke,.

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More and More Americans Are Walking for Exercise

As a whole, the US has an obesity problem — but the good news is that more of us are getting up off the couch and talking a walk.

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Can Exercise Eliminate Depression?

We all know working out is good for our bodies — but did you know it’s good for our emotions, too?

New research shows exercise may very well be an effective treatment for depression, especially among those with heart problems.

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Study: Exercise Improves Survival Rate of Prostate Patients

Regular exercise doesn’t just do wonders for the heart and figure. New research suggests physical activity may be beneficial for those with low-grade prostate cancer.

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Exercise Increasingly Recommended By Doctors, CDC Says

More U.S. physicians are prescribing exercise to patients, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Study: Exercise Increases A Person’s Excitement and Enthusiasm Level

People who are more physically active report greater levels of excitement and enthusiasm compared to people who are less physically active, according to a new study from Penn State.

The study also found on days people are more physically active than usual, they reported feelings of excitement and enthusiasm.

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Study: Exercise Can Slow the Progression of Prostate Cancer

Vigorous exercise can lower the risk of prostate cancer’s advancement, according to a new report from researchers at the University of California, San Francisco.

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Researchers Find That Exercise Can Soothe a Mean Boss

Having a mean boss is sometimes an occupational hazard. Bosses that are harsh in tone, reprimand you in front of others, or just overall abusive, may be able to improve their attitude simply by exercising.

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