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Inactivity Accounts for Greatest Risk of Heart Disease for Women

From the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Public Health Blog:

A new study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine finds that from the age of 30 onward, physical inactivity exerts a greater impact on a woman’s lifetime risk of developing heart disease than other risk factors, including being overweight, smoking and having high blood pressure.”

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