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Inactivity Impacts Women's Health

By Fitness2live

From the age of 30, physical inactivity exerts a greater impact on a women's lifetime risk of developing heart disease than other well-known risk factors, including being overweight.

Researchers from the University of Queensland and University of Sydney have examined the changing contributions made to a woman's likelihood of developing heart disease across her lifetime for each of the top four risk factors in Australia:

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