Thursday December 14th 2017

Weight training found to slow the progression of MS, contradicting earlier medical advice to avoid exercise

(Natural News) A study published online in the Multiple Sclerosis Journal revealed that resistance training may prove beneficial for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). People with the condition were discouraged from engaging in any sort of physical exercise in fear that doing so would worsen the disease. However, the recent findings demonstrated that exercise does the exact opposite and… (Source: NaturalNews.com)

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