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Women Face an Increased Risk of Heart Disease With Age—Running Can Help - runnersworld.com
  • New research published in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology suggests that for women going through menopause, paying attention to your heart health is especially important.
  • When women go through menopause, their arteries begin to stiffen over time, which reduces their elasticity and affects how well the heart pumps and moves blood. That can lead to high blood pressure and potentially prompt events like heart attacks and stroke.
  • Regular exercise—such as running—can help reduce your risk of developing heart disease in the first place.

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