Tackle Brain Damage With Physical Exercise

As disturbing as it may sound, the brain starts to shrink when we reach our forties. The 4% rate per decade accelerates when we reach our seventies. It’s the natural course of nature, but we can negotiate with it, a…
High-Intensity Exercises Halt Colon Cancer Evolution

According to a new study carried out by the University of Queensland and University of Waterloo, in Ontario, short sessions of high-intensity exercises, also known as HIIT (high-intensity interval training), halt colon cancer evolution by reducing the cancer cells growth. Also,…
Physical Exercise Can Keep Type 2 Diabetes At Bay

Type 2 diabetes, so-called non-insulin-dependent diabetes or adult-onset diabetes, is characterized by the fact that the pancreas continues to produce insulin, even though the body develops resistance to the effects of insulin. In short, type 2 diabetes is an “insulin…