Why we should promote physical activity; "it is good for our health, the economy, the planet, everything really"
Young at heart: why children who exercise become healthier adults
New research suggests childhood exercise has a protective effect on health in later years, as well as improving brain power
Seems trees may provide quantifiable economic benefits in the urban environment - all the more reason to love them!
Scientists Discover Yet Another Reason Cities Need More Trees
Using a computer model, scientists quantified how trees impact local weather and save energy.
Buy organic food to reduce exposure to pesticide residues, but not because it's more nutritious (it seems it isn't)
4 Science-Backed Health Benefits of Eating Organic
The nutrition factor may be up for debate, but here's what experts do agree on.
If only it were that simple! Alcohol is associated with over 50 different conditions in positive and negative ways
Drinking Wine Is Linked to a Lower Risk of Diabetes
Drinking three to four days a week is tied to the biggest reduction in risk
Regular dog walkers get more exercise on bad weather days than non owners do on the warmest days of the year
"Everyone benefits from a healthier workforce" says @PHE_uk CEO. Hear, hear says the @_ukactive workplace winner!
Yoga in the office? Firms should help us stay well, says public health chief
Yoga clubs, âwalking meetingsâ and standing desks are among the strategies small and medium-sized companies should adopt, according to Dunca...
Exercise is more effective on an empty stomach, but proceed with caution
Exercise is more effective on an empty stomach, but proceed with caution | Spectator Health
There’s no such thing as the perfect exercise regime for people trying to get in shape. No magic formula that tells you how much time to spend r...
Lifestyle when young can reverberate down the years in ways that can help or harm the brain
Keep Your Heart Healthy Now to Benefit Your Brain Later
A new study shows that heart health can affect brain health later on
Prolonged, intense endurance exercise may alter your arteries, but does not seem likely to harm them
The evidence on meal timing as a weight loss tool
When Should We Eat?
Food is available all the time, and very often weâre putting it in our mouths.
Being physically active in adolescence may help prevent future mental health problems
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Public inactivity levels are higher than ever
before – it’s harming our health, costing us
billions, and shortening lives.
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