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  1. Photo of a woman exercising

    Exercising in the time of COVID-19: How 2020 was a year like no other

    Remember when we were thinking of marathons and keto diets? Then the coronavirus crept into and transformed every aspect of our lives, including ...
  2. Woman running

    Why you can't seem to lose weight with exercise? Aim for 300 minutes a week

    Overweight men and women who exercised six days a week lost weight; those who worked out twice a week did not.
  3. Man exercising fitness corner HDB

    Will wearing a mask during workouts actually make exercise harder?

    Two new studies found that masks do not negatively affect vigorous workouts, whether the mask is cloth, surgical or an N95 respirator model.
  4. Risk of being infected with COVID-19 while exercising outdoors very low, say experts | Video
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    Risk of being infected with COVID-19 while exercising outdoors very low, say experts | Video

    The risk of people who exercise outdoors being infected with COVID-19 is very low, according to experts. Sport Singapore has now issued guidelines ...
  5. Larger outdoor exercise classes resume amid COVID-19 | Video
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    Larger outdoor exercise classes resume amid COVID-19 | Video

    Larger outdoor exercise classes resumed on Tuesday (Sep 1). More than 700 instructors have registered to conduct such classes, said Sport Singapore.
  6. Man running on a treadmill

    Want greater immunity? Studies show that exercise may boost your vaccine response

    Two new studies of elite athletes found that working out amplifies the immune response to a flu shot.
  7. NYT illo: Sneak in some exercise

    Brushing teeth, waiting for water to boil? Sneak in some exercises

    Yes, we are moving less. But on Zoom, no one has to know you’re doing squats.
  8. Woman sleeping with mask on and alarm clock in foreground

    Your tendency to sleep late or early can affect how active you are: New study

    Early risers did the equivalent of walking 20 to 30 minutes more each day compared to “evening types”, who tend to stay up late.
  9. Can a physically taxing job be bad for our brains POTTERY

    How a physically taxing job is different from exercise and can be bad for our brains

    A new study suggests that physical demands required for work may have negative consequences for brain health.
  10. COVID-19 Masked People East Coast Park 3

    Commentary: Wear your mask properly! Uncovering the reasons behind public mask shaming

    Singapore has a tight culture where people expect rules to be followed but it’s worth remembering that wearing our masks is the least we can do to ...