If your willingness to exercise wavers at this time of year, a little mindfulness may be just the nudge
Humans have more control over how long they live than their genes do via @WIRED
The Key to a Long Life Has Little to Do With ‘Good Genes’
Alphabet's longevity lab Calico trawled through Ancestry's massive genealogy database to study human longevity—and found that DNA matters ...
Seems greater fitness may confer a greater probability of survival right up to the elite end of the spectrum @outsidemagazine
Don't Worry About Exercising Too Much
There's no such thing as too much aerobic activity, studies show.
"Sympathy is emotional, empathy is rational" via @campaignmag
Exercise doesn't need to be prolonged or intense to benefit the brain
Dance lessons for the lonely - on the NHS
GPs in England are to prescribe "social" activities, such as dance and cookery lessons, to tackle loneliness.
We need to “change the mindset that older adults should remain quiet and spare their energy to stay healthy”
We need better guidelines to deal with age-related muscle loss
Sarcopenia – a condition resulting in diminished strength and physical function that’s often overshadowed by the battle against obesity – ha...
“Physical activity before and during pregnancy is very good for the mother, the child and the process of childbirth”
Scottish GPs to begin prescribing rambling and birdwatching
Shetlanders with chronic and debilitating illnesses could be given ânature prescriptionsâ
"We assume that knowing what ails others can insulate from what ails us" via @Edwin1432
Medicine as mental illness
On night duty, some years ago, I took a call via switchboard. It was the police, searching for my colleague. I said Iâd ring round to help the hu...