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Exercise Is Best Predictor for Women’s Heart Disease

What’s the one thing you can do to slash your risk for heart disease? Exercise. Researchers in Australia found that if women worked out 150 minutes a week, more than 2,000 female lives could be saved in their country each year, writes Health Day. Exercise was more effective than quitting smoking and eating a healthier diet, yet researchers suggest doing all to save your ticker. 

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