Apr 16
News
  • Focus on lower short-term but high lifetime CVD risk: new JBS3 guidelines Read more...
  • Updated GRASP-AF tool and workbook to support primary care Read more...
  • Time to redefine hypertriglyceridaemia? Read more...
  • NICE quality standard calls for early identification of PAD Read more...
  • Primary care guidance for stroke prevention in AF: SIGN Read more...
  • New NHS report supports diabetes commissioning Read more...
  • Free cardiac e-learning resource for professionals Read more...
  • Prevalence of obesity falls in primary school children Read more...
  • Diabetes UK report highlights inequalities of care Read more...
  • Fewer smokers using NHS help to quit Read more...
  • New online CV therapy guides to ease patients' concerns Read more...
  • Toolkit helps decision making in heart attack Read more...
  • Apps launched to tackle obesity and alcohol abuse Read more...
  • NICE emphasises importance of early cardiac rehabilitation post MI Read more...
  • Online tool to achieve QOF points in AF Read more...
  • Safety of new oral anticoagulants Read more...
  • New NICE guidance aims for effective weight management services Read more...
  • European registry highlights inadequate anticoagulation in AF Read more...
  • Autumn campaigns in supermarkets to highlight diabetes Read more...
  • New NICE quality standard to improve early diagnosis of FH Read more...
  • New lancing system provides more comfortable self-monitoring for diabetes Read more...

 

 

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Should high-intensity interval exercise (HIIE) be recommended for the prevention of long-term conditions?

Tanya Mead

Evidence shows that high-intensity interval exercise (HIIE) increases cardiorespiratory
fitness, lowers blood pressure, increases insulin sensitivity and reduces body fat. All these are important in preventing the development of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

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