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Losing or Gaining Weight after Total Joint Replacement Affects Patients’ Pain, Function and Activity Years Later

Gaining or Losing weight after total joint replacement surgery affects how patients do years after having the surgery to replace worn hip or knee joints. Those who lose weight have better function and activity levels two years after surgery than those who gain weight, according to a recent study at the Hospital for Special […]

Slow Aging with Regular Exercise, New Study Suggests

New research suggests we can slow the speed at which we age by exercising regularly. This is among the many findings presented April 5 through April 9, 2014, at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.

Canadian sports medicine physician Mark Tarnopolsky and colleagues found regular exercise not […]

Postmenopausal Women of All Fitness Levels Who Spend Too Much Idle Time at Increased Risk for Premature Death

Postmenopausal women who spend most of their days sitting or resting are doing themselves far more harm than good, according to a new study.

Cornell University researchers studied 93,000 postmenopausal American women. They found women with the highest amounts of sedentary time, which researchers defined as sitting and resting, but not including sleep, died […]

Making Music Enhances Mood during Gym Workouts

Many of us listen to music when we exercise. But researchers in a new study look at machines that actually allow exercisers to make their music and how this affects exercisers’ moods during workouts.

“Jymmin” mixes “jamming” and “gym,” or musical improvisation and sports. It’s not passive music listening, such as having music play […]