To Slash Your Risk of Heart Disease, Keep Moving

To Slash Your Risk of Heart Disease, Keep Moving

Heart disease has naturally received particular attention from genetics researchers, since it kills more people worldwide than any other disease. In the past few years, geneticists have isolated a number of gene variations that are strongly associated with serious heart conditions and can be pinpointed with genetic testing. But providing people with genetic information suggesting that their hearts are menaced without also offering them possible ways to stave off that threat seems callous. Thankfully, some past studies have hinted that people’s lifestyles, including how they eat and exercise, can ease even strong inherited risks for heart problems. But most such...

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