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Activity Slows Aging - Bare Skin Care

Activity Slows Aging - Bare Skin Care

by Brianna Flynn February 02, 2017

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Exercise Keeps Brain Fit - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann March 02, 2016

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Exercise Makes Our Brain Better - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann November 02, 2015

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Can Exercise Change Your Brain - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann December 13, 2014

a single session of aerobic exercise is enough to promote brain plasticity that could lead to improved memory and coordination of motor skills.  
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Expect To Live Longer - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann August 28, 2014

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Preventing Breast Cancer - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann August 14, 2014

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Importance Of Being Fit - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann August 07, 2014

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Strength Training Eases the Effects of Aging - Bare Skin Care

by Charles Bollmann April 12, 2014

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Bare Skin Care - Be Active And Calm To Live Longer

by Charles Bollmann March 07, 2013

men and women who are physically active, emotionally calm, and organized may live longer than people with less positive personality traits such as anxiousness, anger, or fearfulness. 

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Bare Skin Care - Aerobic Fitness Turns Back Biological Clock

by Charles Bollmann November 27, 2012 1 Comment

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The researchers also observed that aerobic fitness warded off risks of serious illness, promoted recovery after injury or illness, and reduced the risk of falls. 

 
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Bare Skin Care - Use Exercise To Prevent Cancer

by Charles Bollmann October 23, 2012

Studies have suggested that physical activity decreases the risk of certain cancers. 

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Bare Skin Care - PROOF That Exercise Increases Longevity

by Charles Bollmann October 18, 2012

telomere shortening is used as a marker of biological age 

The team confirmed that telomere length decreased with age; men and women who were less physically active in their leisure time had shorter leukocyte telomeres than those who were more active. 

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