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TOP 10 FITNESS AND HEALTH ARTICLES
based on comprehensiveness, their resonance, and/or their enduring character

 Inflammation More Important Predictor
 of Heart Attacks Than Cholesterol

Weights and Arthritis - Good & Bad 

Grow Or Decay, Your Choice

Overweight Kills

Reboot Your Brain With Exercise 

Miracle of Movement

The Importance of Sleep

Too Much Sitting Is Risky -
 Even For People Who Train

Too Much Endurance Exercise For Too Long Can Kill You
 
Weight Training Key to Controlling
 Belly Fat; Effort May be Main Factor 

 
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16. Cooper Clinic 4th Visit at 60: Clarence's Health "Incredibly Good"
17. What's Your Homocysteine? (News you can use about your health)
18. Add A Little "Good Fat"
20. Don't Add "Good Fat" To A Bad Diet
26a. Tips For Out-Of-Shape Individuals
28. What's Your Real Age?
37. Balancing the Risks and Rewards of Exercise
39. Challenge Your Mind, As Well As Your Body
46. Syndrome X, The "New" Heart Disease Risk  
48. The Price Of Overtraining  
53. Anti-Aging Medicine: Wave of The Future Or Wrong Turn?   
55. Cooper Clinic Physician Fights Aging With Diet and Exercise (Response to 53)  
59. Father of Aerobics Pumps More Iron  
61. Evolutionary Fitness 
73. AHA Raises Fat Intake Limit, Adds "Good" Fat  
77. Don't Bend To The Terrorists - Fight Back With Exercise 
81. Avoid High Protein Diets, Says AHA  
89. Healthy Lymph System, Healthy Body  
90. A Carb/Cancer Connection?
91. Greater Fitness/Longer Life  
93. More Water    
97. Learned Optimism  
99. The Plain Water Advantage 
105. Coronary Calcium Score and Stress Management 
108. Dangers of Heavy Lifting - Laszlo Talks Back to The Wall Street Journal  
109.
Every Body Loves Whole Grains   
111. Ultimate Fitness - Truth?  
128. Back To Cooper Clinic  
129. The Indomitable Pax Beale: Heart Cripple to BB Champ  
130. Moving Away From Joint Pain: The Value of Exercise  
132. Benecol:  Better Butter    
137. Facts On Carbs For Active People and Periodization of Nutrition
138. Fitness Potpourri:  Lifestyle v. Genes, Recovery Discovery, Master Gains   
142. Fit But Fat Risky 
148. Anti-aging Medicine Evolves:  Age Management 
151. Study Triggers New Enthusiasm For Diet in Age of Statins  
152.  Sprints Build Endurance! (Intensity Trumps Volume)  
154. Prestigious Medical Journal Highlights Predictive Power of Fitness  
155. You've Got A Bladder Problem! 
161.  Miracle in Houston (Walking on New Hip Day of Surgery--3, 6, 12 month, 5 & 8 year updates)
170. "Healthy" Fat People at Risk                         
171.  Exercise Capacity and Longevity - in Women  
180. Exercise Improves Heart Function (More Fitness & Less Fat = Stronger Heart)      
182.
Aerobic Exercise Pumps Up Your Brain  
183.
Exercise, Wonder Drug That Keeps Giving:  Protects Eyes
184.
Leanness Trumps Calories, Reduces Cancer Risk (Eat All You Want, But Burn All You Eat)
188.
New CTA Heart Test Improves Risk Assessment
191.
Results of Clarence's 9th visit to the Cooper Clinic
192.
Weight Training Reverses Almost 40 years of Molecular Aging - in Six Months
193.
Testosterone and Lifestyle
200.
Live Fit, Live Long
201.
Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease
206. Belly Fat May Be Deadly--How to Get Rid of It
207.
Evidence of Anti-Aging Power of Exercise (Telomeres & Special Role of Strength Training) 
211.
Intervals For (Almost) Everyone  
214.
20-year Anniversary Visit to Cooper Clinic, Dallas, Texas
215.  Drugs Produce Marathon Mice - With exercise (and Without)
218.
 Get Moving Your Way
219.
 Lifestyle Changes Work
222.
Aerobics Marks 40-Year Anniversary
223.
Huge European Study Confirms Belly-Bulge Risk
225.
Prehabilitation (Prehab) - What it is and why you want it
231.
 The Importance of Sleep
233. Walking Combats Creeping Obesity
235. Aerobics, Do You Need It? Complete Fitness in 12 Minutes a Week
238. Short Hard Intervals Improve Insulin Action - 7.5 Minutes a Week Helps Ward Off Diabetes
239. McGuff's Brief Muscular Effort and Maffetone's Slow Aerobics, Never the Twain Shall Meet?
246. Strength and Fitness Fight Cancer Independently
249. Good-and Bad-News for Low-Carb, High-Protein Dieters
258. Exercise: The Fountain of Youth (Live well longer & smarter, with less stress)
260. Aerobics Combats Mental Decline, Once-weekly Lifting Improves Cognitive Skills
261. Go Hard and Go Home - Intervals My Way
266. The Awesome Power of Exercise - More Help For Schizophrenics - and the Rest of Us
267.  Interval Training Reduces Arterial Stiffness
273.
Testosterone Linked to Heart Problems, Improvements in Strength, Muscle Mass, Mobility--Study Halted
274. Physical Activity Matters, Fitness Matters More
275.  Strength Training Good For The Brain
283. Change Your Lifestyle, Change Your Life
284. Big Tummies Cause Diabetes
285. PACE:  Beyond Intervals  Couch Potatoes More at Risk than Smokers
287.
Combination - Weights and Aerobics - Best for Diabetics
290.
Exercise Boosts Resistance to Colds--A Two-Edged Sword 
291. Walking: Wonder Drug for Your Brain--An Emerging Story
296. Exercise Proves Amazing Rejuvenator
299. Sub-Max Intervals Everyone Can Use
300. Interval Sprints for Teens - Improvements with 15% of Exercise Time
301.
Next Medicine (Book Commentary): A New Model for Health Care (Health before Repair)
306.
Fight Back Against Too Much Sitting - Your Job May Be Killing You, Say Researchers
318. Resistance Training Helps Keep the Brain Fit
320.
Exercise Overcomes 30 Years of Aging - Intensity More Important than Duration
325. Miracle-Gro for the Brain--Exercise, BDNF, and Learning
326. Short, Hard Intervals for Type 2 Diabetes
332.
Exercise:  Mother Nature's Waste Recycler (Cell Renewal Mechanism)
333. Another Reason To Keep Moving (Effect On Blood Sugar)
336. 15 Minutes Daily Exercise Minimum Needed to Extend Lifespan: 15 Minutes Adds 3 Years  
339.
Physical Activity - All Kinds - Boosts Brain Power (Running - Weight Training - Washing Dishes)
343. Strength Training or Aerobics, Which is Best to Prevent Diabetes & Cognitive Decline?
344.Exercise Rejuvenates Failing Hearts: Function Improves Regardless of Age
355. Expanding Role for Sleep - Obesity and Diabetes
357.
Fifty-Year Study Shows Blood Pressure BMI Connection
361. Single Sprint Effective & Time-Efficient Way To Build Fitness 
363.
FLOURISH: Optimistic and Health
370.
 An Active Mind Keeps Dementia Away
372.
Fitness Fights Cancer 
375.
 Testosterone Replacement Ups Heart & Stroke Risk by 30% - Study Warrants Caution - Lifestyle in Action  
376.
Control Your Genes With Exercise
378.
Healthy Obesity a Pipe Dream - Fat Cells Tell the Tale 
379.
Carbs and the Brain - Grain Brain in the Spotlight
384.
Long-Term Marathon Runners Come Full Circle - Extreme Running Linked to Heart & Artery Disease
386.
Clarence Bass:  Latest Results from Cooper Clinic  
389.  
Couch Potatoes More at Risk than Smokers
391.
Marvelous Mechanisms of the Heart - Strength Training's Unique Benefits
395.
Study Balances Risk of Testosterone Therapy (May be protective, No Heart Attack Risk, Exercise Helps)
398.
Trained Muscle Protects the Brain against Stress-Induced Depression
399.
New Study Reveals Benefits of Dietary Fat for Weight Loss and Heart Health 
402. More HDL Cholesterol is Better - Unless it's the Wrong Kind or Risk Factors Present
404.
How Exercise Keeps Us Young
407.
 Advisory panel on Dietary Guidelines for Americans: "Yes" to Eggs, "No" to Whole Milk  
408.
Exercise Adds Years--Exploring the Limits

409.
Epigenetic Specificity--Gene Change Only in Trained Muscles
410.
Get Up and Move (My Daily Moves)
411.
A Purpose in Life Promotes Health
412.
Physical and Mental Exercise Combine to keep the Brain Fit & Healthy 
416.
Cooper Clinic Says "Stay The Course"
424. 
Barbell Aerobics Finds Support
433.
Unique Longevity Benefits from Strength Training
437. 
Exercise & Leanness Keep Brain Young
443.
Too Much Endurance Exercise For Too Long Can Kill You
444.
Clarence to Have Left Hip Replaced In Albuquerque
446.
Miracle Repeats in Albuquerque: Hip Pain Gone, Climbing Stairs Morning After, Home by Noon
449.
Resistance Training Stands Alone Against Metabolic Syndrome
454.
Challenge Your Mind and Your Muscles
457.
Young Arteries at 70 and Beyond
458.
Interval Training Psychology - What Works for Body and Mind
462.
Older Trainers Get More Bang for Buck
463.
Minimum Effective Dose? Cutting Sprint Intervals from 20 to 10 sec
464.
Heart Rate: What It Means
467.
Thirty-Year Report from the Cooper Clinic (New in June)
468.
Fitness Boosts Brain Function Late In Life (New in July)
469.
Exercise and the Science of Happiness (New in August)
471.
Regular exercise Virtually Stops Aging of Muscle & Immune Systems (New in September)
476.
Interval Training May Provide Unique Health Benefits (New in November)


 


          

 

 

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