Posts Tagged ‘Exercise:

Surgery is no quick fix for obese teens

Posted by: admin on: December 15, 2011

With a high standard of living, array of fast foods and sedentary lifestyle, obesity has become the biggest disease plaguing the teenagers. Bariatric surgery done is not the final answer. Here is a study. Team@CMHF

A little bit of exercise makes a big difference

Posted by: admin on: December 13, 2011

Busy schedule through the day keeps most of us away from exercising on a routine basis. ACSM has brought out a new book with guidelines for adults. Here are the salient points of this book .If you haven’t been exercising read on and get motivated. Team@CMHF

Best exercise for improving heart health

Posted by: admin on: December 8, 2011

Lifestyle management is the need of the hour with hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia and cardiovascular risks on the rise. Here is a tip for the kind of exercise you need to get to reduce your risks.   Team@CMHF

Lifestyle changes to reduce heart disease risk

Posted by: admin on: October 27, 2011

Obesity is a major risk factor for heart disease, hypertension and stroke. So are high calorie diet and smoking. If these risk factors are attended than many premature cardiac deaths can be prevented. Team@ CMHF

7 Ways to Boost Your Health, Without Breaking a Sweat

Posted by: admin on: October 26, 2011

Focus on active things to improve your health like yoga, exercise and good nutrition. Stress is the biggest killer. If one learns to deal with the stress than health will be improved for sure. Team@CMHF

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