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Regular exercise, a balanced diet, quitting smoking and cutting down on alcohol are the best ways to prevent dementia – even if the illness runs ... More
A new research and educational initiative aims to help fitness operators improve the customer experience they offer, by providing insight into the interactions they have ... More
The British public is being invited to take part in a national loneliness survey, launched in partnership between three universities, BBC Radio 4 and the ... More
Fish could be the secret ingredient for a better yoga, pilates or body balance class – if a new programme from Nuffield Health and the ... More
The threat to the existence of public parks is a threat to the nation’s physical and mental health, a select committee has been told by ... More
Hampshire Cricket, Lancashire County Cricket Board and Yorkshire County Cricket Club are among the six host teams chosen to compete in the inaugural Women’s Cricket ... More
It’s been dubbed ‘the new smoking’ but sitting might not be as bad for your health as first feared, according to new research. Scientists from ... More
Extra sessions of exercise during the ‘critical period’ when early-teens are most vulnerable to the onset of type 2 diabetes could help safeguard against the ... More
Going for a long run ahead of a night of excess is a familiar ritual for many young people, but working up a sweat with ... More
Communication and collaboration between researchers, public health and land use officials could lead to rapid progress in the investigation of the impact of urban policies ... More
A new research project to identify the effects of exercise on young people’s hearts will collect data from 100 Manchester United Academy football players as ... More
Providing public parks, walking and biking trails is the most cost-effective way of increasing physical activity in urban populations, according to a new systematic review ... More
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Focus Training
Looking at pictures of others being loved and cared for reduces the brain’s response to threat, highlighting a way to treat stress and trauma, according ... More
UK leisure centres are not doing enough to ensure their facilities are accessible for older people with sight issues, causing many to become inactive, according ... More
Living in an urban area with green spaces has a better impact on mid to long-term mental wellbeing than winning the lottery, a study has ... More
Fitness equipment supplier - Life Fitness and the University of Exeter have announced a partnership for their new fitness centre. The new centre, which will ... More
A study conducted by the University of Exeter and published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has claimed that regular exercise offers 'no benefit' in ... More
Gen3 Kinematics is thrilled to announce their first deal into the university sector by agreeing the sale of their MyoTruk and MyoThrusta systems to the ... More
Arts Council England (ACE), Exeter City Council and the University of Exeter have confirmed the spring programme of events will go-ahead as planned at the ... More
Trustees of the Exeter Northcott have announced that administrators have been appointed to oversee the running of the theatre after it was revealed to be ... More
Organic beetroot juice Beet It is being focused towards those who want to get fit following research showing that the drink can help to boost ... More
Dr Kenneth Cooper – founder of the Cooper Institute in the US and an expert on preventing disease through exercise – revealed his recent findings ... More
East Devon District Council (EDDC) has unveiled £60m plans to revitalise Exmouth’s leisure and tourism industry by transforming the town centre. The proposals have been ... More
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