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The Dirty Little Secret Behind Knee Surgery

In All Health Watch, Big Pharma, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

ACL knee surgery is supposed to be one of the triumphs of modern medicine.

A torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most common knee injuries among athletes. Every year, about 150,000 Americans suffer it.1

Years ago, people who ruptured their ACL would have to go through life with a “bum” knee. There was not much that could be done.

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This Workout Is Better Than All Others for Older Folks

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, Longevity by INH Research0 Comments

Seniors have different goals than young people when it comes to exercise.

Instead of packing on muscle to look buff, they are more likely to want a workout that helps them live independently and continue to do the things they love.

A new study shows that one exercise may be better than all others in reaching this objective.

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Taking Saunas Can Lower Your Blood Pressure Without Drugs or Exercise

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A new study shows you can lower your blood pressure naturally without drugs or hours of grueling exercise. In fact, you don’t have to anything but sit still…and sweat.

Regular sauna use cut high blood pressure risk in half, according to research at the University of Eastern Finland.1

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Best Way to Use Protein to Stay Strong

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We’ve been telling you for years about the importance of a high-protein diet. It’s a great way to maintain your strength as you age and avoid the muscle loss that leads to frailty, falls, and impaired mobility.1

Now a new study reveals the best way to maximize the benefits. It turns out it’s not only the amount of protein you eat that matters.

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Want a Treadmill Desk? Show Your Boss This…

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

Study after study shows that our sedentary lifestyle is killing us. The most recent evidence comes from a large research project conducted by Weill Cornell Medical Center.

It followed nearly 8,000 people over 45 for four years. Scientists found that people sit for an average of 12.3 hours out of their 16 waking hours. And the more they sit, the more likely they are to die from any cause.

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One Hour of Exercise a Week Prevents Depression

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It’s settled science that exercise eases depression. But a new study shows your workout doesn’t have to be exhausting to get the mood-lifting benefits.

In one of the most extensive studies of depression ever, researchers have found that you need less than 10 minutes of exercise a day to stave off depression.

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