Health Rewind: Exercise Helps Reduce Black Women’s Risk of Breast Cancer

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Exercise Helps Reduce Black Women’s Risk of Breast Cancer

Working out can help protect Black women from developing breast cancer. Researchers found that dedicating seven hours a week to fast walking and other rigorous forms of exercise can help slash our risk by 25 percent. FYI: Regular walking at a normal pace didn’t have an effect on our breast cancer risk, writes Health Day. —Kellee Terrell

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