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14 May
Bike-Linked Head Injuries Plummet for U.S. Kids, But Not Adults

Bike-Linked Head Injuries Plummet for U.S. Kids, But Not Adults

There's good news and bad on rates of head injuries among America's bike-riding public: Rates for these injuries have sharply declined among kids but barely budged among the growing number of adult bike riders.

Between 2009 and 2018, increasing helmet use, construction ...

16 Apr
Cycling During Dialysis? It Might Help Patients

Cycling During Dialysis? It Might Help Patients

Dialysis is time-consuming, making it hard for kidney failure patients to keep fit. But cycling during treatment sessions could boost patients' heart health and cut medical costs, new research shows.

Dialysis can lead to long-term scarring of the heart, which can eventua...

09 Mar
Wearing a Mask Won't Ruin Your Workout, Study Shows

Wearing a Mask Won't Ruin Your Workout, Study Shows

You're about to hop on an exercise bike and peddle your heart out, but will having to wear a face mask make it harder to breathe while you work out?

Not according to new research that suggests healthy people can safely wear a face mask while doing vigorous exercise.
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31 Jul
For a Longer Life, Any Exercise Is Good Exercise: Study

For a Longer Life, Any Exercise Is Good Exercise: Study

Want to live longer? Take the stairs, stretch or toss a volleyball around, a new study suggests.

Those activities were among several tied to lower rates of early death in an Arizona State University study of nearly 27,000 U.S. adults between 18 and 84 years of age. <...

07 Jul
Sleepless After Bypass Surgery? Try a Morning Walk

Sleepless After Bypass Surgery? Try a Morning Walk

If you have trouble sleeping after heart bypass surgery, regular morning walks may provide relief, a new study suggests.

"Many patients have trouble sleeping after heart bypass surgery," said researcher Dr. Hady Atef, of Cairo University in Egypt.

"When th...

05 Jun
Walking or Biking to Work Might Save Your Life

Walking or Biking to Work Might Save Your Life

Walking or biking to work may lower your risk of getting sick or dying early, British researchers report.

"As large numbers of people begin to return to work as the COVID-19 lockdown eases, it is a good time for everyone to rethink their transport choices," said lead...

25 Feb
Heading to Work on a Bike? You Might Live Longer

Heading to Work on a Bike? You Might Live Longer

Do you ride your bike to work? If you don't, maybe you should.

Why? People who commute by bicycle are at lower risk of dying early, a new study from New Zealand finds.

Researchers from the University of Otago, Wellington, the University of Melbourne and th...

24 Feb
Variety is Key for the Fittest Americans

Variety is Key for the Fittest Americans

Very fit American adults enjoy a wider range of physical activities than those who are less active, a new study finds.

The findings could help point to ways to boost physical activity in adults, according to the researchers.

Data gathered from more than 9,...

27 Dec
Do Your Heart a Favor: Bike, Walk to Work

Do Your Heart a Favor: Bike, Walk to Work

Leave your car in the garage if you can: A new study suggests that walking or biking to work could cut your risk of a heart attack.

The researchers analyzed 2011 data from 43 million working adults in England and found that 11.4% were ...

12 Nov
Older Cyclists Prone to Injury: Study

Older Cyclists Prone to Injury: Study

More bicyclists on the road make cycling safer, but head and face injuries still occur, a new study finds.

From 2008 to 2017, even as the number of bike riders increased, the number of head and face injuries stayed steady, according to researchers from Rutgers New J...

13 Sep
Most Cyclists Suffering Head Injuries Not Wearing Helmets: Study

Most Cyclists Suffering Head Injuries Not Wearing Helmets: Study

Only about one in five U.S. adults and one in 10 children and teens who suffered head and neck injuries in cycling crashes said they wore a helmet, a new study finds.

An analysis of data from more than 76,000 cyclists nationwide who experienced such injuries between ...

26 Jun
Just 30 Minutes of Light Exercise a Week May Keep Deadly Stroke at Bay

Just 30 Minutes of Light Exercise a Week May Keep Deadly Stroke at Bay

Just a little exercise may help protect you against a type of deadly bleeding stroke, a new study suggests.

As many as half of people who suffer a subarachnoid hemorrhage die within three months.

While smoking and high blood pressure have been shown to inc...

31 May
Bike Lanes Do Help Keep Cyclists Safe

Bike Lanes Do Help Keep Cyclists Safe

Here's a finding that should ease the minds of those who ride their bicycles to work: Bike lanes protect them as they pedal to their destination.

Researchers found they act as a calming mechanism on traffic, slowing cars and reducing deaths.

The researchers...

20 May
1 in 5 Kids Don't Strap on Helmets Before Biking

1 in 5 Kids Don't Strap on Helmets Before Biking

MONDAY, May 20, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Many American kids don't don helmets when biking, skateboarding and riding scooters, a troubling new poll finds.

Among more than 1,300 parents surveyed, 18% said their kids never wear helmets while biking, 58% said th...

29 Apr
For Obese People, Commuting by Car Can Be a Killer: Study

For Obese People, Commuting by Car Can Be a Killer: Study

Being obese and commuting by car can be a deadly mix, a new study warns.

Researchers analyzed data on more than 163,000 adults, aged 37 to 73, in the United Kingdom. The participants were followed for an average of five years.

Co...

25 Feb
Evening Exercise Won't Wreck Your Sleep

Evening Exercise Won't Wreck Your Sleep

Sometimes, it's just not possible to fit in a workout in the morning or afternoon. But if you hit the gym in the evening, will you be up half the night?

New research says no. The Australian study found that 30 minutes of high-intensity interval training didn't have a...

23 Jan
Take the Stairs: An 'Exercise Snack' Can Do Wonders for Your Heart and Lungs

Take the Stairs: An 'Exercise Snack' Can Do Wonders for Your Heart and Lungs

Just a few exercise breaks -- or "snacks" -- a day can provide significant benefits, a new study says.

Specifically, it found that short sessions of intense stair climbing spaced throughout the day can improve heart and lung (cardiorespiratory) fitness.

"T...

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