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Sports, Mental Health: Exercise for Well-being

When it comes to discussions about mental health, the adage “healthy body has a healthy mind” is often mentioned. Mental health has become an increasingly prevalent topic in today’s world.

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Chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy- Exercise

There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think about my chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy. I frequently ask myselfif I could have prevented it?” Cardiotoxicity related to chemotherapy

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Heart Failure-Cardiac Rehab & Exercise

“When you’re diagnosed with heart failure, your doctor may recommend you take part in a cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) program…” If you’ve been diagnosed with heart failure, my

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Heart Failure? Brain Training, Exercise, Supplements, Diet

The cognitive impact is often serious, with an estimated 25 to 50 percent of stable chronic heart failure patients experiencing pre-dementia conditions of mild to moderate cognitive impairment. The study

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Multiple Myeloma – Exercise

I’ve learned that frequent, moderate exercise is the single most effective therapy for multiple myeloma patients and survivors. Before, during and after therapy. The cartoon in the upper right corner

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Exercise-based Cardiac Rehab- Chemotherapy-induced Cardiomyopathy

“Like medicines, exercise comes with indications and contraindications. And overdosing and under-dosing are both possible.” Frequent, moderate exercise is at the heart of both my cancer prevention

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis, Exercise as Mind-Body Therapy

Exercise is known to be associated with reduced risk of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and diabetes, but its association with mental health remains unclear. A multiple myeloma diagnosis

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Myeloma Survivor- Exercise, Immune Function… Surviving

In fact, older people’s cells responded in some ways more robustly to intense exercise than the cells of the young did — suggesting, he says, that it is never too late to benefit from exercise.” The

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Osteoporosis- Whole-body Vibration, Exercise Therapy

“Osteoporosis is not an inevitable part of aging: it is preventable. So, it is vital that all of us, of all ages, start taking care of our bones now before it is too late” … Conclusions The

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Improve Lung Cancer Surgery with PreOperative Exercise

Surgical Removal of Early-Stage Lung Cancer can be Curative- Reduce Your Risk of Complications with Pre-Habilitation- Starting in about 2015, I began to read studies about a concept called Pre-habilitation.

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Managing Side Effects- Physical Therapy- Exercise, Stretching…

These natural remedies for your side effects in general and side effects such as peripheral neuropathy specifically are often overlooked. Here’s the research… Stretching– it feels good,

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Multiple Myeloma, Side Effects- Exercise-

The results statistically demonstrate a positive effect of exercise oncology during cancer care, in terms of reductions in overall cost per patient pre- to post-intervention…” In my experience

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