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Exercising With Peers Has Added Appeal

... more activity into everyday life through walking, biking and dancing,” Chodzko-Zajko said. Source-Nwswise SRM...

Erectile Dysfunction from Bike Riding

... cycling-related erectile problems: ? Wear padded biking shorts. ? Raise the handlebars so that you’re sitting relatively upright. This shifts pressure from the perineum to the buttocks. ? Use a wide, well-padded or gel-filled seat instead a narrow seat, which places more pressure on the perineum. ? Po...

Environmental Factors Leads to Obesity in Rural Communities

...persons were more likely to perceive no walking or biking trail within a 10-minute walk from home when compared with other types of recreational facilities.” Nearly half of the participants reported lack of sidewalks on most streets and stated they felt unsafe from traffic while walking or biking. Those w...

Mountain Biking Results In Serious Injuries

...n viewed from the point of view of sport, mountain biking has always been considered safe in the past. But t...ome quite commonplace. //As many as three mountain biking injury cases have been reported by the SAGE Publications, which have resulted in cervical spine inju...

Will bicycling affect your sexual health?

...that nighttime erections were of poorer quality in biking police officers compared to non-biking police officers. Furthermore, nighttime erection quality decreased as seat pressure increased and as the average number of hours in the saddle a day increased. In a review article published by him regarding th...

Dentists Recommend Kids Use Mouthguard To Protect Them When Doing Sports

...ield, the basketball court or while skateboarding, biking or during other activities. "Injuries to the face from participating in a sport or other recreational activity can harm your child’s teeth, lips, cheeks and tongue, but a properly fitted mouthguard can help protect your child’s smile,” says Edmond ...

Reduced fertility in men who mountain bike

...rs revealed that though a good exercise, mountain biking could reduce a man's fertility. While previous studies have associated the sport with erectile dysfunction, this study aimed at finding out whether there //was a link between reduced fertility & the sport. A comparative study was made of 35 extreme ...

Mountain biking connected to infertility

According to this new research on mountain biking it is observed that it could decrease a man's fertility. Dr.Ferdinand Frauscher, M.D., from University Hospital in Innsbruck, Austria,// presented his findings of a study that looked at fertility in male mountain bikers.45 extreme mountain bikers and...

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