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People who want to live a long and healthy life might want to take up running. A study published on Monday shows middle-aged members of a runner's club were half as likely to die over a 20-year period as people who did not run.
Running reduced the risk not only of heart disease, but of cancer and neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, researchers at Stanford University in California found.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Run for your life
Like we didn't know already -- running is good for you. In fact, it's a life saver. A recent study points to the benefits of running. Interestingly, it compared healthy non-runners to runners and it found pretty interesting findings: