A new study based on interviews of rural Latino men in Oregon found these men need sexual health services designed for them, including more male health providers, convenient clinic hours, and Spanish-speaking doctors.
New research suggests the health benefits of small amounts of activity, even as small as one and two minute increments, can be just as beneficial as longer bouts of physical exercise achieved by a trip to the gym.
Even as policy makers and health experts point to an increased need for exercise, more than half of four-year colleges and universities have dropped physical education requirements compared to historic levels.
A national study of older Americans shows those who have limited mobility and low physical activity – categorized as “frail” – are five times more likely to report that they often don’t have enough to eat.
More than 40 percent of older breast cancer survivors are insufficiently active after leaving a supervised program. But new OSU research shows that those women who developed behavioral skills such as self-confidence were far more likely to continue exercising.