Neb. nurses to study exercise among heart failure patients

The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing in Lincoln will use a $3.4 million NIH grant for a five-year study on heart failure patients' adherence to exercise. Clinicians know today that "exercise is safe and beneficial," but they struggle to hold patients to a regular regime of it, UNMC researcher Bunny Pozehl said.

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