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Supplements vs. exercise for heart disease and cancer: The ‘‘vitamins'' in your legs

Exercise is much more effective than vitamins or supplements at reducing the risk of heart disease. The benefits of exercise against cancer are not conclusive, but it is likely to have other positive effects on overall health.

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