Self-reported moderate to vigorous exercise was associated with lower blood pressure and blood glucose levels in a Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease.
Data collected from the system's Exercise as a Vital Sign (EVS) program, in which medical office staff asks patients about their exercise habits at every healthcare visit, revealed associations between moderate to vigorous exercise and improved measures of cardiometabolic health for both men and women.
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