A little exercise much better than non-e for heart health By Dr Ananya Mandal, MD According to a new study obtaining a little exercise is better than obtaining none at all even, which may hold especially true for women. The U see .S government guidelines recommend getting 150 minutes of exercise weekly, and the study showed that even people who exercised less than that had a lower risk of cardiovascular system disease than those who did not workout. The study showed that people who did 150 minutes of moderate exercise every week had a 14 % lower risk of developing coronary heart disease than those that did no exercise.
The same report implies that the %age of all adult Americans with health insurance improved from 77.7 percent to 78.5 percent in the same period, a change related to the rise in young adults with insurance. Related StoriesNeurological examining accessibility and affordability: an interview with Dr Joseph HigginsInnovative single-use torque instruments utilize difficult polycarbonate from BayerNHS hourglass structure holds back development of support workforceOther latest studies by government and independent groups show the same pattern. An independent Gallup survey released Wednesday demonstrated that insurance for young adults jumped from 71 percent in the first quarter of 2010 to 75 percent in the next quarter of 2011, which ended in June.