Cancer prevention: Flexible work environment, folate supplementation may be protective
Muscle training linked with lowered risk of type 2 diabetes
Decades of exercise research at HSPH
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TV viewing, exercise habits may significantly affect sperm count
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In obesity battle, beige is the new brown
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Exercise reduces psoriasis risk
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Insights on healthy aging
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Detailed metabolic profile gives “chemical snapshot” of the effects of exercise
60 minutes of exercise per day needed for middle-aged women to maintain weight
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Shining light on leptin’s role in brain
Waist size predictor of heart failure in men and women
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Changes in diet and lifestyle may help prevent infertility
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Humans hot, sweaty, natural-born runners
Harvard athletes grow bigger, better hearts
Exercise boosts health of HIV-infected women
Exercise cuts risk of sudden cardiac death
Exercise shown to promote breast cancer survival
Study finds that both weight and exercise are key to longevity
Sudden death among military personnel often caused by  exercise and an identifiable cardiac abnormality
Walking improves cognitive functions in older women
Study finds leptin plays a key role in women’s health
Dramatic gains shown with moderate weight loss, exercise
Generous portions of TV make women fat
Specific types of exercise can significantly reduce risk of heart disease among men
Cardiovascular risks seen from marathon running
Determining colon cancer risk is becoming easier
Physically active women reduce risk of stroke
Exercise reduces cancer risk
Healthy lifestyles, regular screenings would cut U.S. colon cancer morbidity in half