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Light physical activity tied to lower heart disease risk in senior women
by Linda Carroll
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18 March 2019
On 18 March 2019 Reuters reported:
Senior women may be able to reduce their risk of developing heart disease by increasing the number of hours they spend in low intensity activities, such as walking and gardening, a new study suggests. In the study of nearly 6,000 older women, researchers found women in the highest category of daily low intensity activity were 42 percent less likely to experience a heart attack or die from heart disease compared to those in the lowest category.
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And every extra hour of light activity per day appeared to cut women's risk even further, according to study results published in JAMA Network Open.
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