Tag Archives: Physical Activity and Health Benefits: Improvement in Health for Chronic Conditions and Scale of Improvement – Dementia

What’s Good For the Heart is Good For the Brain (BBC News / PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) estimates that possibly a third of dementia cases could be improved through healthier lifestyle choices. Guidance on healthy lifestyles, to help reduce the risk of dementia, is to be given to patients via free NHS … Continue reading

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Physical Exercise Versus Diet: Clarification of Public Health Messages (Myths?) on Obesity (BBC News / British Journal of Sports Medicine)

Summary An editorial written by experts in the British Journal of Sports Medicine asserts that although physical activity almost certainly does have a role to play in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and dementia, it has … Continue reading

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