Wednesday, November 30, 2016
A new study reports that swimming, racquet sports, and aerobics provide the best odds of delaying death, particularly dying from heart disease or stroke. The study looked at various types of exercise and their risk levels to determine which showed significant benefits for public health. The study further found that racquet sport players had a 56% lower risk, swimmers had a 41% lower risk, and those who engaged in aerobics had a 36% lower risk of dying from heart disease or stroke as opposed to those who did not participate in sports.
See Want to Delay Death? Then Swim, Dance, or Get on Court, Study Shows, Fox News, November 30, 2016.