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Is regular exercise the best treatment for ADHD?

As summer winds to a close, the long days of playing, running, swimming and biking cease and are replaced by hours of sitting at a desk, eyes ahead. For some children this is problematic, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is common among children of school age....

source: By Denise A. Valenti
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Picking up a new sport is rarely easy. Every sport has a unique learning curve, and just as important, a unique difficulty curve. Running is not a skill that necessarily needs to be taught. Of course, it is important to learn how your...

source: Active

When done well, running films can be a great source of inspiration. But more often than not, viewers who know running find themselves scratching their heads, wondering what the filmmakers were thinking. Why does running seldom look believable in running movies? For a sport...

source: Runner's World

Racing season is finally here. With fall foliage right around the corner, runners are hitting the trails and training hard for races around the region. There are plenty of opportunities to run, and right now is the perfect time to get outside. Running places a huge stress...

source: The Boston Globe

Marathon running, once seen as a dubious habit best left to professional ectomorphs, now reaches deep into every sporting and cultural demographic. Throughout the 1970s, only highly experienced competitors tackled the event, and as the four-hour mark approached, officials...

source: Competitor

It took Taylor Gilland less than four minutes this February to run a mile, earning him membership in one of sport's most-elite clubs. The feat made Gilland, an analyst at Blackstone Group, the athletic star of the private-equity firm where marathon and triathlon accomplishments...

source: The Wall Street Journal

People who consume the sweetener fructose — which is most people nowadays — risk developing a variety of health problems. But the risk drops substantially if those people get up and move around, even if they don’t formally exercise, two new studies found. Most...

source: The New York Times

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