Well: For Some, Exercise May Increase Heart Risk


Researchers have found evidence that some people who exercise do worse on measures related to heart disease.

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  • Exercise is not always the best thing for your heart
    Cells within the heart wall are linked together by proteins called desmosomes ... This offers a potential mechanism of the increase in AVC's development seen during intense exercise. Although the Wnt-beta-catenin pathway finding is only tentative, it ...
    11/26/2015 - 11:13 pm | View Link
  • Doctors in Mexico show benefits of healthy diet, exercise in heart failure patients
    which can increase blood pressure." Dr Marco A. Peña Duque, president of the Mexican Society of Cardiology, said: "About 20 to 25 years ago the leading cause of heart failure in Mexico was rheumatic heart disease and at present the main cause is ischaemic ...
    11/22/2015 - 3:02 am | View Link
  • Regular Exercise May Help Seniors Stave Off Heart Failure
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    11/14/2015 - 9:31 pm | View Link
  • Too Much Exercise Can Increase Risk Of Heart Attack
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    Your heart rate increases when you begin to exercise, then plateaus off and remains elevated for a prolonged period as long as you maintain the same pace. If you increase your effort, it will go even higher until you reach your maximal capacity. The quick ...
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  • Exercise For A Healthy Heart
    A sedentary (inactive) lifestyle is one of the top risk factors for heart disease. Exercising benefits include healthier heart, stronger circulation, lower blood ...
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  • Fitness | LIVESTRONG.COM
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  • Exercise | University of Maryland Medical Center
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    11/28/2015 - 12:24 am | View Website
  • How Exercise Benefits Your Heart Health
    Did you know that exercise is one of the safest, most effective ways to prevent and treat chronic diseases, such as heart disease?
    11/27/2015 - 1:18 pm | View Website
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