Researchers at the University of California San Francisco report during a presentation at the Radiological Society of North America meeting that too much exercise results in early degenerative changes in the knee joints of healthy people. Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques to evaluate the effects of different intensity levels of exercise, the researchers found that study participants who did one hour of vigorous physical activity three or more times per week were more likely to have bad knees than those who exercised moderately. The study involved 205 participants who were aged 45-60 years old, healthy and had no knee […]Continue reading Exercise in Moderation Recommended to Avoid Bad Knees
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