Active lifestyle may protect against common colds

11/1/2010 | HealthDay News

A study showed that people who exercised at least five days a week were 46% less likely to have common colds and experienced less severe forms of infection for shorter periods, compared with more sedentary people. Researchers said exercise could help boost the body's immune system to fight infections.

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