London: Strenuous exercise for just half an hour a day can reduce risk of dying from cancer, says a new study.Jogging, swimming, rowing and games like squash or football all lead to a lower risk of developing cancer and dying from it.
"It should be at least moderate so the beneficial effect of physical activity for reducing overall cancer mortality can be achieved." To reach the conclusion, researchers followed 2,560 men aged from 42 to 61 from eastern Finland with no history of cancer and tested them to measure the intensity of their exercise. The study has been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine . ANI
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