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Get Active: Quick Guide to Healthy LivingPeople of all ages benefit from exercise. It doesn’t matter how out-of-shape you feel or how long you have been inactive.... Details >National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesAim for A Healthy Weight!: Information for Patients and the PublicThese guidelines from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute present a new approach for the assessment of overweight and obesity and establish principles of safe and effective weight loss. Calc... Details >National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of HealthAvoiding the Muscle Hustle: Tips for Buying Exercise EquipmentAlso available in: SpanishThis online fact sheet from the FTC advises consumers on exercising good judgment when evaluating advertising claims for fitness products.... Details >Federal Trade CommissionCore Exercises: Beyond Your Average Abs Routine A well-balanced core exercise routine focuses on more than your abs. Gain a better understanding of the role your body's core muscles play and how to strengthen them.
... Details >Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and ResearchDevelop a Safe Exercise Program An exercise program, if conducted properly, will increase your energy level, reduce stress, help you fight disease and allow you a better night's sleep. Consider these suggestions from the National Sa... Details >National Safety CouncilExercise (Physical Activity) Information about the importance of regular aerobic physical activity to cardiovascular health.... Details >American Heart AssociationExercise and Physical Activity: Getting Fit For Life This article provides information for older adults on exercise and physical activity, including ways to be active, who should exercise, and safety tips.... Details >National Institute on Aging Information CenterExercise for Older AdultsLearn about the benefits of exercise for older adults. This document offers safe exercises to try, video clips, and instructions on how to chart your progress.
... Details >National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExercise Your Way to Health Also available in: Chinese-Traditional Studies show that people who exercise regularly have a lower chance of heart attack, cancer, high blood pressure, and many other chronic diseases. This document offers suggestions to help you get star... Details >Chinese Community Health Resource Center Exercise: A Guide from the National Institute on Aging Also available in: Spanish This guide contains valuable information about how exercise and proper nutrition are crucial for staying healthy as we age and provides useful tips on establishing and maintaining a regular exercise p... Details >National Institute on Aging Information Center
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