See this infographic from the Cleveland Clinic to learn about the specific benefits of a cardio workout.
The National Cancer Institute’s guide to the relationship between physical activity and cancer risk.
Read here for the latest American Cancer Society (ACS) guidelines on nutrition and physical activity for cancer prevention.
Researchers at the Harvard University T.H.
Exercise has long been linked to better outcomes for women with breast cancer, and a recent study might explain why.
A randomized controlled study showed that three months post-treatment, breast cancer survivors who practiced yoga twice weekly experienced 23% fewer cognitive problems than the control group.
Researchers at University of California Davis Medical Center found that exercise increases the level of neurotransmitters, which are depleted in the brains of patients with depression and anxiety.
The NCI has a brief but comprehensive fact sheet about the relationship between physical activity and cancer.
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