Tag Archives: Benefits of Moderate Exercise for Elderly

Dance Movement Therapy for Dementia (Cochrane Database)

Summary The authors of this systematic review wanted to assess the effects of dance movement therapy on behavioural, social, cognitive and emotional symptoms of people with dementia, and compare outcomes of such treatment to no treatment, standard care or any … Continue reading

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More on the Benefits of Moderate Exercise for Elderly (BBC News / British Journal of Sports Medicine)

Summary A study involving 5,700 68 to 77 year-old men in Norway, conducted from Oslo University Hospital, has found that regular exercise (whether light or vigorous) extends life expectancy. Participants doing the equivalent of six 30-minute activity sessions of any … Continue reading

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