The Health Benefits of Helping Others

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By Molly Clifton

Helping others can actually be good for your heart.

A new study conducted at Carnegie Mellon University shows older adults who volunteer for at least 200 hours a year decrease their risk of high blood pressure by forty percent.

High blood pressure affects about 65 million Americans and can lead to cardiovascular disease.
 




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