Study: Moderate exercise, drinking protect against heart disease

01/9/2008 | Reuters

A new study found that people who don't drink or exercise have a 30% to 49% higher risk of heart disease than people who do one or both of the activities. The researchers also found that both drinking one to two drinks per day and moderate exercise provides additional protective effects against heart disease.

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