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Exercise, Your Health and Disease
A discussion regarding exercise and its effects on health and disease.
# 92023 | 5,473 words | 14 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Feb 11, 2007 in Medical and Health (Nutrition and Exercise) , Nutrition (Exercise) , Sport (General)

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This paper identifies the American public's 'psyche' on health consciousness. The paper centers on the role that exercise plays in achieving a healthy body and psyche, not to mention satisfying an individual's aspirations to achieve the same standards of healthiness, as "dictated" and illustrated by the health-conscious culture of today's American society.

Statement of the Problem/ Hypothesis
Review of Related Literature
Synthesis: Review of Related Literature
Level of Health Consciousness
Level of Engagement in Exercise/Physical Activities

From the Paper:

"The significance of this study centers on the capability of exercise to go beyond its scope--that, on the event that an individual is involved with a physical activity, it is inevitable that other parts of the body will also be exercised and benefit from it. Tanaka's study provided only one case of how exercise influences the body's health holistically; but this case already established the usefulness of exercise in helping develop a holistically fit physical body form.
While it is important to exercise in order to maintain a physically fit body, a more important objective in exercising is that it is the cheapest and most manageable way to prevent being afflicted with illnesses or diseases, such as cancer, heart diseases, organ ailments, among others. These afflictions mostly develop from an inactive lifestyle, devoid of any physical activities or body-benefitting physical activities, in addition to improper diet."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Adler, J. (2006). "The new fight over fat." Newsweek, Vol. 147, Issue 8.
  • Burfoot, A. (2005). "Does running lower your risk of cancer?" Runner's World, Vol. 40, No. 8.
  • _________. (2005). "How many calories are you really burning?" Runner's World, Vol. 40 No. 9.
  • Cabrera, C. (2005). "Exercise can reduce breast cancer risk in Black women." New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 96, Issue 50.
  • "Don't put off exercise--put off Alzheimer's instead." (2006). Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter, Vol. 24, Issue 1.

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