Harvard Heart Letter

Walking linked to lower heart failure risk in older women

Research we’re watching The more a middle-aged or older woman walks or does other exercise, the lower her risk of developing heart failure, a new study suggests. Heart failure — which means the heart is too weak or too stiff to pump enough blood through the body — affects some 5.7 million Americans. …

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