Tag Archives: Exercise

Can 6 Months of Exercise Improve Cognitive Function?

Aerobic exercise confers plenty of benefits on those who indulge. Now, new findings published in the journal Neurology suggest that six months of regular cardio activity, such as walking, jogging or cycling on a stationary bike, can help reverse cognitive problems in older adults, reports the American Academy of Neurology. For the study, researchers recruited… Read More »

Can Regular Exercise Improve Your Memory?

Can Regular Exercise Improve Your Memory? Can Regular Exercise Improve Your Memory? Being physically active has numerous health benefits. We know regular exercise reduces the risk of heart disease, strokes, and diabetes. But exercise also affects the mind. It reduces depression and anxiety, and now, research indicates it boosts memory function. Researchers at the University of… Read More »

The Exercise Every Leader Needs

Sarah Richardson, CIO, DaVita Healthcare Partners By definition, boot camp is, “a short, intensive, and rigorous course of training.” While historically known as a military training camp for new recruits with strict discipline, it has become a common term for exercise and education, among many other contexts. Admittedly, I am a bit of boot camp junkie. The… Read More »