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Find out why physical activity is important for health and how you can incorporate more movement into your life.
Can children improve their HRR?
Can tai chi be dangerous for some patients?
Do episodic physical activity and sexual activity have equal risk for cardiac events?
Do factors other than inactivity contribute to health risks associated with TV viewing?
Isn't running one of the best ways to stay healthy?
How much can habitual physical activity decrease risk for acute cardiac events?
How much exercise do patients with type 2 diabetes need to promote better health?
Studies have shown that patients with type 2 diabetes exercising for at least 150 minutes a week see the greatest health benefits, like blood sugar reduction. Patients with type 2 diabetes engaging in less than 150 minutes of exercise a week are still likely to experience blood sugar reductions and health benefits, but not as much as those exercising 150 minutes a week or more.
How much exercise do patients need after percutaneous coronary intervention PCI to reduce risk for complications?
How much exercise is recommended for adults over the age of 65?
How is Heart Rate Recovery measured?
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