All blog posts in Exercise and Physical Activity
There’s strong evidence that physical activity cuts the risk of cancer, but people don't move enough on a daily basis. Can policy changes reverse this trend?
Associate Prof Brigid Lynch, a cancer epidemiologist in Australia, shares her latest evidence on what happens in a woman’s body when she exercises to reduce her risk of breast cancer
Why aren't people more active? Margarita Kokkorou explores how the World Health Organization's Fair Play approach is encouraging the world to move more
Reflecting on what physical activity policies we've discovered over the past 12 months and what to expect from the future
Two team members reflect on the experiences of being physically active when growing up in their respective home countries
Lindsay Bottoms from the University of Hertfordshire says the 10,000 step target has more to do with marketing than scientific fact