This randomized trial assessed the effects of a 24-month physical activity program on cognitive function, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia compared with a health education program in sedentary adults aged 70 to 89 years.
In a randomized clinical trial of 194 patients with peripheral artery disease, McDermott and coauthors compare outcomes from a home-based walking exercise program using group-mediated cognitive behavioral intervention vs supervised exercise programs.
This randomized controlled trial compares the effect of a 9-month home-based exercise intervention comprising a wearable activity monitor and telephone coaching vs usual care on 6-minute walk distance among patients with peripheral artery disease.
This observational study evaluates the effect of physical activity levels and television viewing habits of young adults over a 25-year period on cognitive function at midlife.
This randomized clinical trial determines whether behavioral activation prevents cognitive and functional decline over 2 years in black individuals with mild cognitive impairment.
This study evaluates whether cardiovascular morbidity and mortality would be reduced in participants in a long-term physical activity program.
This longitudinal cohort study uses data from the Health and Retirement Study to assess whether higher purpose in life among adequately functioning older adults is associated with lower risk of developing weak grip strength and slow walking speed over time.
This Special Communication from the US Department of Health and Human Services summarizes key guidelines and recommendations in the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd edition.
Pahor and coauthors test the hypothesis that a long-term, structured physical activity program is more effective than a health education program in reducing the risk of major mobility disability among 1635 US men and women aged 70 to 89 years who had physical limitations.
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