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How heavy lifting at work affects cardiovascular health

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How heavy lifting at work affects cardiovascular health
New research suggests that high intensity, sports based exercise has benefits for cardiovascular health, but continual heavy lifting at work may have a negative impact.
Health experts have consistently promoted the benefits of physical activity, particularly for preventing cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of premature fatalities worldwide.

A study in Hypertension has now begun to look at the effect of different types of exercise on a person's cardiovascular health.

The research finds that some physical activity might actually be detrimental to a person's health.

4 different types of physical activity
Jean-Philippe Empana of Inserm/Université de Paris, in France, working with colleagues from Australia, led the research.

The authors analyzed data from the 10-year Paris Prospective Study III, which is tracking the health of 10,000 people from 50 to 75 years of age.



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