Marathoners participate in study of breast pain

Researchers are studying breast pain experienced by women who exercise and its consequences using surveys of female runners, including participants in last year's London Marathon. Their study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found exercise significantly affects breast pain and pain affects exercise, regardless of breast size.

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