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“Long-Term Effects of Changes in Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Body Mass Index on All-Cause and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in Men ”, Duck-chul, L., Xuemei Sui, X., Artero, E., Lee, I., Church, T., McAuley, P., Stanford, F., Kohl III, H., Blair, S.
Abstract Background—The combined associations of changes in cardiorespiratory fitness and body mass index (BMI) with mortality remain controversial and uncertain. Methods and Results—We examined the independent and combined associations of changes in fitness and BMI with all-cause . . .

“Obese with strong heart beats thin and weak”, Marcus, Adam
Mar 31, 2011 - Source:  reuters.com NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For overweight people with heart disease, improving their physical fitness could pay big dividends. A new study has found that fitness, not body weight, is a more important predictor of whether people with clogged blo . . .




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