How Running May or May Not Help the Heart

November 29, 2017

New research out of the University of Minnesota addresses the question, how does running affect your heart. The study aimed to determine whether running improved or harmed heart health of older caucasian men. The answer, while reassuring, is also complicated. “You can’t just outrun your past,” said Dr. William Roberts, Department of Family and Community Medicine, who led the study.

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