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"Even a few bouts of moderate exercise each week can cut a middle-aged woman's odds for heart disease, blood clots and stroke, a new study finds.
The British study also found that exercising more frequently didn't lead to greater reductions in heart risk.
The take-home message, according to study lead author Miranda Armstrong: "To prevent heart disease, stroke and blood clots, women don't have to be super athletes or strenuously exercise daily to experience the benefits of physical activity."
"Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are at increased risk for a number of serious health problems, new research suggests...Compared to those without the condition, women with PCOS had a higher risk of hospitalization. Conditions included heart disease, diabetes, asthma, musculoskeletal disorders, mental health conditions such as depression, stress and anxiety, and cancer of the lining of the uterus, according to the study authors.
Women with PCOS were also more likely to have gynecological issues. These included miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies, irregular menstrual periods and endometriosis, the study found."
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