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Heart health improved in later life with exercise

A study funded by us at University College London (UCL) has discovered that a moderate increase in exercise when you retire can make big improvements on your heart health.

In the study, over 4,000 people in the transition to retirement were quizzed on their exercise routines and had their levels of inflammation – which can lead to ‘furring’ of the arteries and heart disease in later life – measured to gauge their heart health.

sourced from British heart foundation

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