Savill P. Low levels of physical activity reduce MI risk. Practitioner 2012; 256 (1748):8

Low levels of physical activity reduce MI risk

25 Feb 2012Registered users

Leisure time exercise and low to moderate physical activity at work are associated with a reduced risk of myocardial infarction (MI), a large international study across different economic regions has shown. Earlier research had found a link between physical activity during leisure time and cardiovascular disease but the association with work-related activity was less clear.

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