Study: Work and leisure activity benefits the heart

09/20/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Spending leisure time on high-level physical activities cut the risk of heart failure by 35% in men and 25% in women, Finnish researchers reported. Moderate activity at work decreased the risk by 10% in men and 20% in women, and any combination of work, leisure and commuting activities was associated with further reduction in the risk for heart complications, the study found.

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