Lace Up Your Running Shoes to Prevent Having A Stroke


By Molly Clifton

New findings suggest that breaking a sweat may lower the risk of having a stroke.

Researchers looked at more than 27,000 participants, and found those who did not exercise were 20 percent more likely to experience a stroke compared to participants who exercised four or more times a week.

The study found that participants had to engage in moderately vigorous exercise, enough to break a sweat, to receive the benefit.


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