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'Healthy Weight, Healthy Shape' Key In Preventing Heart Disease
September 26, 2005
European Society of Cardiology
Playing an increasingly important role in the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD), controlling one's weight through healthy eating and regular exercise can directly reduce the risk of heart disease and also the impact of an existing heart condition.
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