Doctor James Wright - the original TV medic shares the latest health and medical news.
A new report published in the JAMA and also the BMJ tells doctors the more exercise a person undertakes and the more vigorous, the greater the chances of better health and survival.
It can reduce cardiac mortality by up to 15%. 55 major tests over several years indicates its value mainly in 55 year old males.
The more enthusiastic the activity the better the result, reducing BP, reducing girth measurement and reduced blood glucose lessening diabetic risk.
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