Walking associated with reduced risk of dementia, cardiovascular disease and cancer

The amount (number of steps/day) and the intensity (number of steps/min) of walking are associated with a reduced risk of dementia, premature mortality, cardiovascular disease and cancer, according to a prospective study among a large cohort from the United Kingdom.

Replacing tobacco with e-cigarettes reduces the risk of cardiovascular events

Dr Martin Juneau, M.D., FRCP


4 October 2022

People who exclusively use electronic cigarettes as a source of nicotine reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease by 33% compared to smokers.

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