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Running is the king of cardio. Running even five to 10 minutes a day, at slow speeds (how does a nice 12-minute mile sound to you?) is associated with a drastically reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to a landmark study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.Compared with never-runners, regular runners have half the chance of dying from heart disease.

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Why Too Much Running Is Bad for Your Health. By Elizabeth Narins, Women's Health; Kate Gosselin feels best when she runs 10 miles every other day, according to Us Weekly. But what the 37-year-old mother of eight doesn't know is that when it comes to vigorous exercise, more isn't always better.

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With long, lean bodies and serious cardiovascular endurance, marathon runners are seen as the pinnacle of health. But is running marathons really good for you? Health benefits of moderate running ...

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Is Running Good Or Bad For Your Health? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture It makes some sense that too much of a good thing may end up being bad for you, but, so far, the science hasn't proved this to be ...

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6 Science-Backed Ways Running Improves Your Health. Research shows that racking up miles keeps you healthy from the inside out.

www.active.com/running/articles/10-reasons-running-is-good...

Scientists have discovered the fountain of youth—it's running. Studies continue to find that hitting the road improves health and well-being. "The biggest benefits come from vigorous exercise like running," says JoAnn Manson, M.D., chief of preventive medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Here are some of the biggest reasons to lace up.

www.nytimes.com/2015/02/06/upshot/no-more-running-probably...

No, More Running Probably Isn’t Bad for You. By ... underpowered medical studies — a habit that really could harm your health. ... an amount of running so great as to damage health, but, if so ...

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3 Things You Didn't Know About Running. ... researchers at Brigham Young University brought 15 healthy runners into a lab where samples of their blood and knee-joint fluid were taken before and ...

www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/apr/24/is-running...

Running is cheap, easy and reduces the risk of heart disease and early deaths. But do the health benefits outweigh those from other activities, such as walking, cycling or swimming?

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Legs: Sprinters lift their knees very high when they run, but for distance running, and even shorter distances, keep your knees low. It takes a lot of energy to lift your knees, and even running a mile will be tough if you do so. Instead, quicker ankle action will help you increase your speed.