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How Much Exercise Do You Need To SuperPower Your Health?
When exercising for health, does more = better? The researcher who set the U.S. activity guidelines weighs in on the latest findings and the best physical activity prescription for you. Includes exercise study guidelines for breast cancer prevention.

What Every Inactive Adult Needs To Know About Exercising for Health
Is someone you know very sedentary? From the immediate past president of the American College of Sports Medicine, here’s how to build motivation, overcome obstacles, and effectively and safely reap physical activity’s proven health rewards.

The Exercise Rx for Preventing Common Diseases
The exercise prescription proven to reduce your risk of diabetes, heart disease, prostate, breast, and colon cancer by 25% - 50%—interview with the American College of Sports Medicine’s Immediate Past President (Quick Read)

What Every Adult Needs To Know About Exercising for Health
The exercise Rx proven to significantly reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, prostate, breast, and colon cancer—and extend your life. Interview with the American College of Sports Medicine’s Immediate Past President Carol Ewing Garber, PhD.

Will Cutting-Edge Mouse Research Cure Cancer? Uncovering Scientists' Failures & Faith
The Failures: Why traditional mouse studies do not correlate with human cancer outcomes—and, despite this, are still being used. The Faith: How cutting-edge mouse studies, especially those using genetically engineered mice, bring us closer to a cure. Discusses breast cancer.

Animals —A Mirror into Human Health, Part I: Heart Disease, Cancer, Infection:
There are astonishing connections between animal and human health. In Part I of this two-part series, Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz discusses what we can learn from animals about heart conditions, breast and other cancers, and treatment of infections.

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