Exercise Wont Increase Risk Of Knee Arthritis

If youre older or overweight, exercise will neither protect you from, nor increase your risk of, developing knee osteoarthritis (OA).According to a nine-year study of 1,279 patients (average age 53) in the January issue of Arthritis Care & Research, prior physical activity-including walking, jogging, or other activity-did not increase the risk of developing knee OA over the course of the study.
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