Here’s how much exercise you need to see results

The benefits of regular exercise have been shown in study after study. It has been linked to lower risks of heart disease, depression,dementia, diabetes, and evensome cancers. So what’s the shortest amount of time you can work out in order to start seeing some of these benefits? A new paper, published in the Viewpoints section of…

21 amazing benefits of exercise

Unlike many refrains you hear about your health, exercise is really, truly good for you. There’s a mountain of research backing up its many benefits. The US Centers for Disease Control and Preventionrecommend at least 2.5 hours of moderate cardio activity or 1.25 hours of vigorous cardio activity every week, plus two days of strength…