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Yoga Good For FM

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Poor Sleep = Poor Memory

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Obesity A Risk Factor For PSA

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Pilates For Low Back Pain.

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Pilates equal to General Exercise For Lower Back Pain.

Jeannine Stein writing in the Los Angeles Times Reported on a study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise indicating  that Pilates is “as effective for easing lower back pain as a general exercise program.” In an Australian study, 44 patients were assigned “to a Pilates program and  43 people to a general exercise regimen for six weeks. … After six weeks both groups showed substantial improvements in pain and disability compared with the beginning of the study.”

Exercise Reduces Risk Of Stroke

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Moderate To Intense Exercise May Reduce Risk Of Silent Strokes

Janice Lloyd writing in USA Today reported, “Older people who regularly exercise at moderate to intense levels may have a 40% lower risk of developing brain damage linked to ischemic strokes, certain kinds of dementia, and mobility problems,” according to a study published in the journal Neurology. The study found that “the MRIs of people who exercised at higher levels were significantly less likely to evidence of stroke.  But, “regular light exercise… did not appear to decrease the risk for stroke.”

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