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Getting lots of exercise tied to lower risk of kidney disease
by Lisa Rapaport
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15 February 2020
On 15 February 2020 Reuters reported:
People who get plenty of physical activity may be less likely than their more sedentary counterparts to develop chronic kidney disease, a recent study suggests. 'Our results show that regular exercise may mitigate age-related deterioration in kidney function and the risk of chronic kidney disease,' said study co-author Xiang Qian Lao of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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