Most people understand that physical inactivity is not good. Indeed, individuals that regularly engage in exercise are in better health than those that do not. Now, researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have found that even going without exercise for a few days can also adversely affect personal health.
Its back: stories about the Freshman 15, what some contend is the average weight gain for first-year college students. Fortunately, most people realize that the term “Freshman 15” is erroneous as college students typically gain much less weight during their first year away from home.