Study finds swimmers have lower death rates

06/16/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

An observational study that included more than 40,000 men over 13 years found that swimmers had lower death rates than sedentary people, walkers and runners. Researchers said the data do not answer the question of whether swimming is better than other exercise, but it may be easier on the joints and good for developing muscle.

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