Monthly Archives: March 2014

Flu Risk ‘cut By Vigorous Exercise’

Higher-Exertion Exercise can Cut Flu Risk by 10%, Research Suggests

They also said this year’s survey found some of the lowest reports of flu-like illness in recent years. Over the winter flu season, only 4.7% of reports were positive for flu-like symptoms compared with 6% last year. Children also appear to have had lower levels of flu-like illness than last year with just 5% reporting symptoms this flu season compared with 7.9% last year. Dr Alma Adler, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said: “We need to treat this result cautiously as these are preliminary findings. However, they are consistent with findings for other conditions and really show the health benefits of exercise.
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Researchers were interested in precisely how different types and intensities of exercise choices may impact a persons likelihood of catching the flu exercise in the vigorous category proved to be the most effective of all. Their conclusion was that upward of two and a half hours of this kind of exercise each week could reduce the persons chance of catching the flu by 10%. Vigorous exercise was considered that which leads to highly elevated heart rate, heavier breathing and perspiration. And while less intensive forms of exercise are of course globally recognized as essential for overall health and fitness, this particular study suggesting that they will in no way help lower anyones flu risk. Were really interested in the preliminary findings around fitness activity and flu-like illness, as exercise is something that everyone can do to reduce your chance of having flu, said study author Dr.
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Immigration Recruitment Exercise- Death Toll Rises To 16 Nationwide

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Moro said that in Edo state one female applicant collapsed at the venue of the exercise and was rushed to the hospital where she died. He said that in Jigawa state a male applicant died in an accident on his way to the venue of the exercise while in Niger two persons died http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm as a result of the stampede. He said that seven applicants in the FCT died also from the stampede while in Rivers five persons died. NAN reports that some applicants sustained injuries during the exercise with some have being treated and discharged while others are currently receiving treatment in various hospitals across the country. As at the time of filing this report, the bodies of some of the participants who lost their lives have been identified by their families at the National Hospital in Abuja.
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