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Exercise, even late in life, has many advantages

Tailor your exercise to fit your age

Nee Soon South Fitness Corner

Nee Soon South Fitness Corner

Go hip and stay healthy with fitness tracker

Exercise - the 'cure-all'

He exercised away his pain

Docs adding a dose of exercise to prescriptions

Step up activity to stay fit and healthy

ST - Simple Sit-and-Rise Test Predicts How Long You'll Live

EIMS reply to ST BJSM editorial

Exercise or Diet? - Balance Needed for Best Results

Exercise As Medicine

Article: Sports, The Younger The Better?

ST Mind Your Body - 5 Minutes Window To Save The Heart, 08 December 2014

ST Mind Your Body - The Heart of An Athlete and A Mother, 08 December 2014

EIMS Newsletter 2014 Issue 2

Press Release: First Exercise Is Medicine Compliant Fitness Corner at Simei Park Connector

FAQs on First EIMS-Compliant Fitness Corner

Schedule of EIMS-certified Fitness Trainers@Simei Park Connector Fitness Corner (April-July 2014)

EIMS Newsletter 2014 Issue 1

Doctors and Fitness Professionals

Physical Activity Programming for Clients With Obesity

Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q)

EIMS Pre Participation Screening Toolkit for Doctors and Clinical Fitness Professionals

Exercise Prescription And Referral Form

Singapore Medical Journal CME Article - Prescribing Health - Exercise

Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science position statement on exercise and asthma

Asthma Control Test

Appropriate Physical Activity Intervention Strategies for Weight Loss and Prevention of Weight Regain for Adults

EIM Fact Sheet 2012

EIM Fact Sheet 2012 Resources

EIM Solution Fact Sheet

Exercise and Acute Cardiovascular Events: Placing the Risks into Perspective

Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes

Exercise and Hypertension

Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults

Exercise for Patients With Coronary Artery Disease

Exercise for the Treatment of Depression And Anxiety

NPAG Professional Guide

Physical Activity and Bone Health

Quantity and Quality of Exercise for Developing and Maintaining Cardiorespiratory, Musculoskeletal, and Neuromotor Fitness in Apparently Healthy Adults: Guidance for Prescribing Exercise



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