Walking Slowly Is Path To Heart Disease

The message the medical researchers point out is that maintaining fitness at older age may have important consequences and help preserve life and (muscle) function.  The study was conducted by the Paris-based medical research institute Inserm.

Medical researchers said the study, which appeared in the journal BMJ, also suggests that a test of walking speed might be used to test the health of elderly patients. 

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