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For middle-aged and older adults

More Physical Activity at Any Intensity May Reduce Mortality

Higher levels of total physical activity, less time spent sedentary linked to lower mortality risk
For hyperglycemic adults with diabetes

Lifestyle Counseling Frequency, CV Outcomes Linked in Diabetes

More frequent counseling tied to lower incidence of death, CV events in adults with diabetes
Exercise during pregnancy may improve early neuromotor development of infant offspring

Exercise During Pregnancy May Boost Infant Development

Higher neuromotor scores seen in infants at 1 month of age
Girls who are more physically active in childhood may have better lung function in adolescence

Childhood Physical Activity Improves Lung Function for Adolescent Girls

Association not observed for boys; authors say high prevalence of physical inactivity 'worrying'
Greater physical activity and lower vascular risk are associated with slower β-amyloid-related cognitive decline in clinically normal older adults

Physical Activity Linked to Slower Aβ-Related Cognitive Decline

Exercise, lower vascular risk independently attenuate negative link for Aβ burden, cognitive decline
Consistency in timing of workouts may help sustain high physical activity levels among adults successfully maintaining weight loss

Consistent Time of Day Aids Workout Habit

Findings seen for adults who engaged in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity
Middle-aged and older adults

Longevity Benefits for Adults Becoming More Physically Active

Lower risk of all-cause mortality for adults with increasing physical activity trajectories over time
Leisure-time physical activity is associated with reduced risk of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage

Leisure-Time Physical Activity Linked to Lower SAH Risk

Protective association for LTPA persisted in all age, hypertension groups; was stronger for smokers
For patients with intermittent claudication

Adherence Superior for Alternative Exercise Modalities in PAD

Completion and adherence rates improved for alternative exercise versus traditional walking
Energy expenditure is higher for standing positions versus sitting or lying positions in young

Young, Healthy Adults Expend More Energy While Standing

Energy expenditure significantly higher in standing positions versus lying or sitting