Study: Fitness alone can curb CVD-related mortality risk

12/6/2011 | Forbes · U.S. News & World Report

A study in Circulation of more than 14,000 white, middle class men showed that those who maintained or increased their exercise levels over 11 years had 30% and 40% reductions in cardiovascular-disease-related mortality, respectively, even without weight loss. The data showed that men whose fitness declined during the study period had a higher risk of dying.

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