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Alzheimer's Articles


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Obesity in 40s Raises Risk of Alzheimer's as Senior Citizens
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Regular Exercise May Help Stave Off Dementia, Alzheimer's
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Beat Alzheimer's With Exercise
by Charlotte Schubert
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Alzheimer Docs Report: Being Overweight and Inactive "Not Good For the Heart, and Not Good for the Brain"
by Daniel DeNoon

Mental Health Articles

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Motivation: Are You Resistant to Health and Fitness?
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
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In addition to building strength, exercise benefits mental health
by E.J. Mundell
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Is 'Zennis' the New Mental Health Therapy?
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Regular Exercise May Counter Mental Decline
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Exercise helps relieve severe depression, anxiety, chronic mental illness
Harvard Mental Health Letter
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Workouts Are Potent Medicine for the Mentally Ill
by Abby Ellin
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Depression patients urged to exercise
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Exercise Can Beat Depression
From IHRSA and Technogym
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First Signs of Dementia May Be Physical
by Amanda Gardner
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Just 30 Minutes of Brisk Walking Can Immediately Boost the Mood of Depressed Patients
by Liz Austin
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Exercise for Your Mind
From IHRSA and Technogym
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UF study shows exercise may keep mind healthy
by Diane Chun
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Heavier Weight Tied to Poorer Cognitive Function
by Amy Norton
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Exercise helps keep your brain in shape
Gannett News Service

Parkinson’s Articles

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Pilates Provides Benefits for Some with Parkinson's
by Sarah Skidmore
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Exercise May Slow Parkinson's
From IHRSA and Technogym

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