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Runners Live Longer, Have Less Disease Than Average

All exercise is good for your health, but researchers say running - in particular - may ward off heart disease and other chronic illnesses. And it doesn't seem to matter how far, how fast or even how often you run. New research analyzing data on more than 55,000 adults found that those who ran regularly - about one-quarter of the group - were significantly less likely than non-runners to die of any form of disease, including heart disease. They also lived, on average, three years...

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