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Dance Class May Be Gateway to Exercise for Older LatinosMarch 04, 2016

This group of Americans has lower workout rates, study author says

Concussions Are Biggest Health Risk to CheerleadersDecember 10, 2015

As sport becomes more competitive, stunts become more dangerous, but injury rates still low, study finds

Weight, Exercise May Affect Children's Thinking SkillsNovember 02, 2015

Kids who participate in dance or sports better able to pay attention and solve problems, research suggests

More Educated More Likely to Delve Into the Arts, Study FindsSeptember 22, 2015

Income, social status didn't predict participation in cultural pursuits

Exercise Boosts Obese Kids' Heart HealthAugust 10, 2015

Review finds fitness levels, blood vessel function improved quickly, even if no weight was lost

Even Light Activity Can Boost Seniors' HealthJune 19, 2015

Researchers suggest 300 minutes weekly of activities such as walking or gardening

Health Tip: Exercise SafelyJanuary 23, 2015

Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: ReportJanuary 08, 2014

Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

Why Ballet Dancers Can Spin Without Getting DizzySeptember 29, 2013

Study found years of training suppressed signals of imbalance; findings could help those with chronic dizziness

Injuries Rising Among Young DancersFebruary 19, 2013

Sprains, falls most common, study found

Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, MenNovember 26, 2012

Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

Cheerleading Needs Safety Guidelines, Pediatricians SayOctober 22, 2012

American Academy of Pediatrics says more complex stunting, acrobatics call for greater surveillance

Health Tip: Wanna Dance?August 23, 2012

It can bolster your heart and lungs