For older adults with limited mobility, each minute of physical activity may contribute toward reduced risk of heart attack and death from heart-related problems. This is according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Even low-intensity activity, such as slow walking, may have heart benefits for older adults with limited mobility.
The research team, including senior author Thomas W. Buford, PhD, director of the Healt ...
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