An analysis of data from the Women's Health Initiative showed that physically active women were about 30% less likely to develop kidney stones compared with those who didn't exercise at all. Researchers said the amount of activity, rather than the intensity, was a key factor in reducing the risk of kidney stones. The study was presented at a meeting of the American Urological Association.
Exercise may protect women from kidney stones, study says
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