Mar 07, 2020

Exercise and vitamin D better together for heart health -- ScienceDaily

Researchers report that an analysis of survey responses and health records of more than 10,000 American adults for nearly 20 years suggests a 'synergistic' link between exercise and good vitamin D levels in reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

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