High levels of physical activity are associated with coronary artery calcification but not with increased all-cause or cardiovascular disease mortality, according to an observational study of almost 22,000 healthy US men. Those men who exercised the most – more than five hours of week of vigorous activity or 3,000 MET-min/wk – were the most likely ...
Coronary calcium reassurance for marathon runners
By Mardi Chapman
7 Feb 2019