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For adults aged 60 to 64 years

Cardiac Profiles Up With Exercise, Less Sitting in Early Old Age

Greater light, moderate-to-vigorous intensity activity tied to more favorable profile in adults age 60 to 64
In 2010 to 2015

22.9 Percent of U.S. Adults Meet Aerobic, Strength Activity Goals

Findings for 18- to 64-year-olds; variation seen in percent meeting guidelines by state, sex, work status
Personalized goals

Personalized Goals, Cash Motivate Heart Patients to Exercise

Loss-framed financial incentives, goal setting help increase daily step counts
Female adolescents and young adults are not meeting the recommended guidelines for physical activity

Female Teens, Young Adults Not Getting Enough Exercise

Disparities by race and income levels were seen among national sample
For adult survivors of childhood cancer

Exercise May Lower Mortality in Adult Survivors of Childhood CA

Increased exercise over eight-year period linked to reduction in all-cause mortality rate
A meditation and stress reduction program may be as effective as structured exercise programs for increasing physical activity

Mindfulness Program May Help Increase Physical Activity Levels

Meditation/stress reduction may be as effective aerobic training program in increasing activity
For older adults

Review IDs Exercise ‘Dose’ That May Improve Cognition in Seniors

52+ hours of exercise over 6 months tied to improved cognition for seniors with, without impairment
For older adults

Review IDs Exercise ‘Dose’ That May Improve Cognition in Seniors

52+ hours of exercise over 6 months tied to improved cognition for seniors with, without impairment
Mini-dose glucagon is an effective approach for preventing exercise-induced hypoglycemia in patients with type 1 diabetes

Mini-Dose Glucagon May Halt Post-Exercise Hypoglycemia

Appears to prevent exercise-induced hypoglycemia, reduce risk for hyperglycemia in T1DM patients
More active alternatives to the car for travel are associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality

Less Driving Tied to Lower Cardiovascular Disease Risk

More active travel patterns linked to reduced risk of incident and fatal CVD, all-cause mortality