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Even light exercise might lessen severity of a future stroke
by Lisa Rapaport
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4 October 2018
On 4 October 2018 Reuters reported:
People who regularly engage in light to moderate physical activity -- like walking four hours a week or swimming two hours weekly -- might have less severe strokes than individuals who aren't as active, a Swedish study suggests.
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Researchers defined 'light' activity as walking at a leisurely pace for at least four hours a week, and classified exercise as 'moderate' intensity when people did things like swimming, running, or walking briskly for two to three hours weekly.
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