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Mild exercise shown to immediately increase memory function

University of California- Irvine and University of Tsukuba researchers utilized functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to identify increased activity in the critical brain areas linked to detailed memory processing. (Picture:

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Viagra analog found to reduce obesity without caloric intake reduction

The Johns Hopkins research team found that the drug, a “cousin” to Viagra, reduced the groups median body weight by -27.5% in female mice and -19.5% in male mice. Obesity

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Physical exercise associated with lower long-term incidence of anxiety

Over the course of a multidecade longitudinal study, the researchers discovered that exercise reduces the risk of incurring future anxiety disorders by 62%. In a recently published study, a Swedish

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Maternal obesity linked to increased risk of colorectal cancer in offspring

The research team found that adult offspring whose mothers were obese during pregnancy faced a 100% greater risk of developing colorectal cancer than those whose mothers were not. A recently

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Physical exercise and antidepressants similarly effective in reducing depressive symptoms in the short-term

When compared to the antidepressant treatment group, physical exercise as a therapy alternative was equally beneficial in alleviating depressive symptoms in the short term (1 month). Depression is a common

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Respiratory exercises lower blood pressure as much as medications and exercise, study finds

The IMST group had their systolic blood pressure (the top number) drop nine points on average after six weeks. The drop is comparable to the effects of various blood pressure