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Fatigue, Pain Affect All With Breast Cancer, Exercise After Diagnosis Helps

From this article, Fitness Before Cancer Not As Crucial As After, Study - Fatigue, Pain Affect All With Breast Cancer, Exercise After Diagnosis Helps:

“Physical activity is not only good for symptom management, it actually might result in lower risk of recurrence, lower risk of second cancers, and these are things that breast cancer survivors worry about every day."

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High-Intensity Exercise Best for Anxiety

“For decades, health experts have been at odds about how much exercise actually makes a difference on stress and anxiety. Most of them agree that a moderate to low amount of regular exercise can ease anxiety. But the latest research from the University of Missouri in Columbia shows that high-intensity exercise is the best way to go.”

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How blueberries help to keep the brain young

We attend to the health of our bodies in hopes of remaining vital in our later years. Part of that focus ought to be on the health of the brain especially for those who have a family history of declining cognitive ability in later years. Until the Alzheimer's wonder drug is developed we can help maintain our cognitive abilities with diet and exercise.

From this London Telegraph article, How blueberries help to keep the brain young:

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