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Tag: Endothelial Function
Effectiveness of HIIE versus MICT in Improving Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Health and Disease
A healthy lifestyle is composed primarily of regular structured physical activity (i.e., exercise). As a result, there is vast research into the clinical benefits of exercise, in most cases showing a better effect than drug interventions. Current physical activity guidelines…
What Is the Best Type of Exercise Training to Improve Artery Health in Older Adults?
Inactive older adults are at greater risk of having stiff arteries and high blood pressure. Although regular exercise can help reduce these poor health outcomes, what type of exercise is best? Researchers from Nova Scotia, Canada compared how six weeks…
Kidney Disease Affects Men’s Blood Vessel Health More
Men who suffer from chronic kidney disease (CKD) have greater rates of reduced blood vessel function compared to women with the same disorder.
Exercise Maintains Blood Vessel Health in Men after Sugary Beverage Consumption
Article title: Aerobic exercise offsets endothelial dysfunction induced by repetitive consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages in young healthy men Authors: Joshua M. Bock, Erika Iwamoto, Jeffrey G. Horak, Andrew J. Feider, Satoshi Hanada, Darren P. Casey From the authors: “Our data highlight…