Regular exercise, can reduce women's risk of breast cancer. The study from Washington University Medical School and Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.

The team studied 65 thousand female nurses aged 33 to 55 years in 1997. They note how much free time that used nurses to exercise since the age of 12 years.

Subjects were divided into three groups. The first group of nurses who most actively exercise that is run for 3.25 hours per week or walking 13 hours per week. The second group is a routine exercise, but not as often as the first group. The third group of the most rarely exercise.

It turned out that 550 nurses diagnosed with breast cancer. In women who actively exercise, 23% less risk of breast cancer.


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