Physical activity after cancer diagnosis may extend the lives of men
(dailyRx News) Staying physically active is now considered to be the fountain of youth. People who spend time moving tend to live longer. Does this hold true for cancer survivors?
The more physically active male cancer survivors were less likely to die from cancer and cardiovascular disease than their less active counterparts, a new study discovered.
The authors suggest that physical activity be promoted to cancer survivors as a way to extend longevity.
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