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Weight-Lifting and the Cardiovascular System
Weight-lifting builds strong bones and muscles, but isn't so good for the CV system. Cholesterol isn't lowered, and, after many years, the arterial wall stiffens (decreased compliance). Weight-lifters should incorporate some type of aerobic exercise into their routine.

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Today's Featured Topics

Exercise and Dementia
Can exercise reduce your chances of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease? Absolutely! Read the latest research here. Read more...

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Exercise Books and Videos

TITLE:  The Great Cholesterol Myth
AUTHOR:  Bowden J, Sinatra S
LENGTH:  239 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.99

Nutrition expert Bowden and cardiologist Sinatra don't believe that cholesterol is the primary cause of coronary heart disease. They present a very compelling argument in this book! Read our review...

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