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Running and other moderate exercise can protect against lifestyle disease. A new study shows training for a marathon slows cardiovascular aging.

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If you’ve ever considered training for a marathon, but you’re a bit intimidated by the idea of 26.2 miles, here’s some motivation.

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A slow and steady 6-month training program designed to gradually build up endurance and mileage gave a group of novice runners, aged 21 to 69, an impressive boost to their heart health.

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