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Low fitness may indicate poor arterial health in adolescents

Anaerobic threshold describes the exercise intensity that can be sustained for long periods of time without excess accumulation of lactic acid. The study showed that adolescents with a higher anaerobic threshold also had lower arterial stiffness than other adolescents did.

3 key factors all associated with lower risk of Type 2 diabetes

New research published in Diabetologia shows that cardiorespiratory fitness, high-intensity physical activity and low sedentary time are all associated with a lower risk of Type 2 diabetes.

New concussion guidelines for children announced

A University of Calgary researcher says new concussion guidelines in the United States could change care for all children with mild traumatic brain injuries.

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Cupping: the evidence versus the language

With cupping comes talk about toxins, qi, blood stagnation, and all sorts of pseudo-scientific talk describing different aspects of the modality. This is a problem. While some of these things are taught in Chinese medicine training, these ideas are much bigger and more complex than normally presented. Here’s what massage therapists should know. » Learn more

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