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Activity/exercise: November 2011 Archives

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Scientific basis for yoga

FROM THE C.A.M. Report Dr. Timothy McCall, writing at YogaJournal.com, makes the case for yoga. Here's what we know. Stress Yoga is arguably the most comprehensive approach to fighting stress. Yoga improves the quality of life. It also appears to diminish the side effects of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and other treatments, and may increase the odds of survival. Many yoga practices, including quiet asana, slow breathing, meditation, and guided imagery, increase activation of the parasympathetic...

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Increased Use of Bikes for Commuting Offers Economic, Health Benefits

ScienceDaily (Nov. 2, 2011) -- Cutting out short auto trips and replacing them with mass transit and active transport would yield major health benefits, according to a study just published in the scientific journal Environmental Health Perspectives. The biggest health benefit was due to replacing half of the short trips with bicycle trips during the warmest six months of the year, saving about $3.8 billion per year from avoided mortality and reduced health care...

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Yoga Eases Back Pain in Largest U.S. Yoga Study to Date

ScienceDaily (Oct. 24, 2011) -- Yoga classes were linked to better back-related function and diminished symptoms from chronic low back pain in the largest U.S. randomized controlled trial of yoga to date, published by the Archives of Internal Medicine as an "Online First" article on October 24. But so were intensive stretching classes. "We found yoga classes more effective than a self-care book -- but no more effective than stretching classes," said study leader...

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