Research suggests too much exercise can have harmful effects

06/5/2013 | Shape.com

Recent research has found that people who do endurance running of more than 30 miles per week can lose health benefits and increase their risk of inflammation and heart disease. Sports injury specialist Dr. James Ting said it is time to reconsider the idea that there is no upper limit on exercise, but added that limits would vary by individual and be affected by fitness conditions and underlying medical issues.

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