When you’re sidelined with an injury, diet can play an important role in getting you back on your feet faster. For each common injury, there is a nutrient (or two) that can help you recover.
A new study shows that small bouts of light physical activity are enough to increase lifespan in older men.
Government guidelines recommended that adults get at least 2 hours and 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise every week. However, only about half of American adults actually meet those recommendations, and for older adults, they may seem hard to achieve. But a new report published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine suggests that there’s a way to tweak guidelines to make them more feasible for older people, while still maintaining health.