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    Knee osteoarthritis risk unaffected by moderate exercise

    A new study suggests that the risk of middle-aged and older adults developing knee arthritis is unaffected by doing up to 150 minutes per week of moderate physical activity, the level recommended by the US goverment...

    Knee osteoarthritis risk unaffected by moderate exercise
    A new study suggests that the risk of middle-aged and older adults developing knee arthritis is unaffected by doing up to 150 minutes per week of moderate physical activity, the level recommended by the US goverment.


    Researchers from the University of North Carolina (UNC) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), came to this conclusion after studying data on over 1,500 participants aged 45 and over.


    The study was published online on August 27th in Arthritis Care & Research.


    Lead author Dr. Kamil Barbour, who is with the CDCís Arthritis Program in the Division of Population Health, says moderate physical activity is that which results in a raised heart rate or breathing.


    Examples include brisk walking, ballroom dancing, conditioning exercises, or even general housework, gardening and yard work.

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