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Activity trackers do not appear to improve health even with cash incentives, a year-long study has found Regularly using an activity tracker or pedometer does not increase activity levels in …

Peter Miller of Miller’s Pharmacy, Yass was named the fastest pharmacist and winner of the Medici Capital Pharmacy Ski Cup at this year’s Snow Business conference, with a time of …

Pharmacist and Olympian Madeline Hills beat her personal best and made the top 10 in the women’s Olympic steeplechase final. Hills, a graduate of the University of Sydney, clocked a …

A new study links increased weekly exercise to a reduced risk of five common diseases University of Queensland researcher Dr Lennert Veerman said a significant boost to physical activity level recommendations to the …

Studies released overnight in The Lancet highlight the need to Move more, sit less, say the Heart Foundation. One study of more than a million people found at least one …

Pokémon Go may not only be helping people get some exercise, but also serve as a way to connect with patients, GP registrar Christopher Timms has written in MJA InSight …

Latest Heart Foundation data provides further evidence that the prevalence of cardiovascular disease risk factors is lower among Australian who meet physical activity recommendations. The latest Heart Foundation report, Physical …

Too much salt and sugar and not enough exercise, experts say Rebecca Lindberg, Victoria University; Maximilian de Courten, Victoria University, and Rosemary Calder, Victoria University The report card is in. …

The Heart Foundation has supported the findings of a University of Cambridge study which concluded that children should be helped to be more active during winter. “Public health guidelines state …

One year on from the start of the ‘Move More, Sit Less’ physical activity campaign and momentum is building behind a nationally concerted effort to tackle physical inactivity, the National …

New figures released by the World Health Organization have revealed that the global rates of childhood obesity could rise from 41 million children affected to 70 million in the next …

The Heart Foundation has released troubling new research today which shows that around one in four (2.25 million) Australian workers do very little or no exercise. The data, compiled from …