Study links exercise to blood production

09/2/2011 | Toronto Sun

A Canadian study involving mice found that exercise can improve the body's capacity to produce blood. Stem cells in inactive mice had the tendency to turn to fat, which would limit blood production in bone marrow cavities, according to the study.

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