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Self-Reported Daily Exercise Associated with Lower Blood Pressure, Glucose Readings in Adults
December 18, 2014
Kaiser Permanente

PASADENA, Calif. — Self-reported moderate to vigorous exercise was associated with lower blood pressure and blood glucose levels in a Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Preventing Chroni...
 
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Transforming the Future of Health Together



Transforming the Future of Health Together Steven Jacobsen, MD, PhD The Department of Research & Evaluation’s 2013 Annual Report, Transforming the Future of Health Together, highlight...
 
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