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Do very active people really have a higher risk of heart attack – as recent headlines claimed?

By Matthew Farrow, Lecturer in Anatomy and Musculoskeletal Science, University of Bradford
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A new study shows that the more physically active a person, the more calcium build-up they have in their coronary arteries.

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