The dose of running that best confers longevity

O'Keefe, James H.; Schnohr, Peter; Lavie, Carl J.
April 2013
Heart;Apr2013, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p588
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Copenhagen City Heart Study on longevity in joggers, published in a prestigious peer-reviewed issue. It is noted that 1878 joggers and 10 158 non-joggers for up to 35 years were followed in this large prospective longitudinal observational study, which found that a remarkable 44% lower risk of mortality during follow-up for both men and women were possessed by joggers.


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