Harvard Heart Letter

Easy-does-it jogging may lead to a longer life

In one study, people who took a leisurely jog just a few times a week lived longer than those who avoided jogging. The joggers who reaped the longevity benefit ran for a total of one to 2.5 hours per week at a pace of about 5 mph.
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