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  • Your Healthy Family: Can cycling slow aging?

    Your Healthy Family: Can cycling slow aging?

    Friday, July 20 2018 10:34 AM EDT2018-07-20 14:34:22 GMT
    Recent study shows regular cycling may slow the effects of agingRecent study shows regular cycling may slow the effects of aging
    Recent study shows regular cycling may slow the effects of agingRecent study shows regular cycling may slow the effects of aging

    Those who are hunting for ways to age gracefully might want to dust off their bicycles - recent research suggests regular cycling may slow the aging process. Researchers studied the immune systems of 125 people between the ages of 55 and 79 who cycled regularly as adults, and compared them to people who didn’t exercise. 

    Those who are hunting for ways to age gracefully might want to dust off their bicycles - recent research suggests regular cycling may slow the aging process. Researchers studied the immune systems of 125 people between the ages of 55 and 79 who cycled regularly as adults, and compared them to people who didn’t exercise. 

  • Your Healthy Family: Balanced diet and exercise brings safe approach to fitness

    Your Healthy Family: Balanced diet and exercise brings safe approach to fitness

    Thursday, July 19 2018 11:51 AM EDT2018-07-19 15:51:12 GMT
    Exercise goals are a good thing, but jump into them with an educated approachExercise goals are a good thing, but jump into them with an educated approach
    A new national survey by Orlando Health found that millennials are most likely to use supplements and workout more than four times per week, something doctors warn could lead to unintended health consequences.A new national survey by Orlando Health found that millennials are most likely to use supplements and workout more than four times per week, something doctors warn could lead to unintended health consequences.

    Working toward your fitness goals can have some great health benefits, but how much is too much? Extreme diets and fitness regimens are increasingly popular among those trying to achieve a better body—especially among one particular age group. A new national survey by Orlando Health found that millennials are most likely to use supplements and workout more than four times per week, something doctors warn could lead to unintended health consequences.  

    Working toward your fitness goals can have some great health benefits, but how much is too much? Extreme diets and fitness regimens are increasingly popular among those trying to achieve a better body—especially among one particular age group. A new national survey by Orlando Health found that millennials are most likely to use supplements and workout more than four times per week, something doctors warn could lead to unintended health consequences.  

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