February 29, 2016

Scientists claim that exercise may be just as effective as drugs for treating common conditions, such as coronary heart disease and stroke.

It has long been established that regular exercise is beneficial for health in general, but researchers now think exercise is “potentially as effective” as drug intervention, and they suggest it “should be considered as a viable alternative to, or alongside, drug therapy.”

Physical activity has well-documented health benefits, yet in England, roughly one-third of adults meet the recommended levels of physical activity…

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