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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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Wearable electronic activity monitors hold great promise in helping people to reach their wellness goals. These increasingly sophisticated devices help the wearers improve their wellness by constantly monitoring their activities and bodily responses through companion computer...

source: ScienceDaily

In the popular view, people who run daily, and who run relatively high mileage, are far more often considered "addicted to running" than less frequent, lower-mileage runners. That view — that training volume and exercise addiction are directly related — is false,...

source: Runner's World

Let’s face it — running isn’t always pretty. A physical activity that lasts a long time can sometimes cause conflict within our own bodies, and the results can be ... well, less than desirable. Thankfully, this is hardly uncharted territory. Runners have...

source: Competitor

The number of people who run marathons in the U.S. is steadily rising, according to Running USA's annual report. Perhaps you’re even planning to run the New York City Marathon on Nov. 2. But are you really ready to run 26.2 miles? These are the top tips for acing your...

source: Business Insider

After chasing a sub-three-hour marathon for 23 years, Joe Rzepiejewski feared he'd seen his last personal record. He was in his mid-forties, his race times were inching up, and the more he pushed, the more spent he felt. He turned to running coach Matt Fitzgerald, author...

source: Men's Journal

In the latest study, researchers at Northwestern Education used smartphone technology as well as daily diary approach to evaluate the self-reporting physical activity and use of alcohol among 150 participants aged between 18 and 89 years. The researchers found that people...

source: Science World Report


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