10 Health-saving Tactics that May Be Bad

[ESPN Men's Health, November 25, 2010] When discussing possible health risks related to marathons, men's health writer cites research from the Minneapolis Heart Institute® at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.

Study author Jonathan Schwartz, MD, says the physical stress of training and races, including elevated heart rate and blood pressure, can expose tissue to a damaging acidic environment. "This may be another example of, 'Everything in moderation,'" he says. Read the full story on espn.go.com.

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