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12/15/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Seven minutes may not seem like much, yet it can mean a world of difference to the elderly. According to

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-15-researchers-find-just-7-minutes-of-exercise-a-day-can-prevent-loss-of-mobility-in-the-elderly.html

12/13/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

More than just being more prone to falling, the elderly are highly susceptible to fall-related injuries as well. In fact,

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-13-new-study-has-found-exercise-to-be-the-best-way-to-prevent-falls-among-elderly.html

12/13/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Many of us are under the impression that to live a longer and healthier life means extreme discipline, loads of

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-13-a-healthy-lifestyle-pays-off-research-shows-healthy-habits-result-in-a-longer-quality-life.html

12/12/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Flexibility is an often-overlooked component of exercise, yet its inclusion in fitness regimens will prove beneficial in the long run.

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-12-be-flexible-your-bones-and-joints-will-reward-you-with-these-5-benefits.html

12/11/2017 / By Russel Davis

Adults ages 60 years and older might want to try weight training in order to lose weight and preserve muscle

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-11-new-study-finds-older-adults-should-pump-more-iron-weight-training-has-better-results-than-cardio-for-weight-loss-in-the-over-60-crowd.html

12/11/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Atrial fibrillation is a cardiac rhythm disorder marked by the rapid and irregular beating of the atrium. Currently, there is

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-11-atrial-fibrillation-may-be-caused-by-stress-research-shows-yoga-improves-quality-of-life-for-sufferers-by-lowering-heart-rate-blood-pressure.html

12/10/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A new study that was published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism focused on the effects that both

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-10-exercise-outside-to-get-the-combined-benefits-of-vitamin-d-and-fitness.html

12/09/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Here’s one more reason to start hitting the gym: according to a study, even a single workout can help improve

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-09-even-one-exercise-event-improves-brain-health-recent-study-finds.html

12/08/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Women who were born via caesarean section are more likely to also give birth via caesarean section, concluded an international

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-08-likelihood-of-caesarean-birth-found-to-be-inherited-causes-of-obstructed-labor-often-get-passed-on-circumventing-natural-selection.html

12/08/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) recently released a statement that tries to get people to include flexibility exercises as

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-08-be-flexible-your-bones-and-joints-will-reward-you-with-these-5-benefits-2.html

12/07/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Are you doing senior citizens more harm than good by offering them your seat on the bus? According to one

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-07-being-polite-to-the-elderly-is-bad-for-their-health-they-need-to-stand-up-walk-further-carry-their-own-packages-expert-claims.html

12/07/2017 / By Zoey Sky

According to research published in the online journal BMJ Open, the sugar content of fruit drinks is “unacceptably high.” These refreshments include

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-07-drink-water-eat-fruit-fruit-drinks-marketed-to-children-found-to-have-shockingly-high-amounts-of-sugar.html

12/07/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Here’s some good news for those who love burgers – if you are in the mood for some fast food,

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-07-skip-the-fries-nutritionist-suggests-two-burgers-is-a-better-choice-fewer-carbs-more-protein.html

12/07/2017 / By Russel Davis

Mild levels of stress may actually be beneficial to the body’s overall health, recent research has shown. The study published

http://www.womensfitnessfocus.com/2017-12-07-some-stress-is-good-but-not-too-much-mild-stress-is-good-for-the-brain-too-much-bad-for-the-heart.html

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