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Can I lower my risk of heart attack with regular exercise?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Exercising regularly is good for people of all ages. In this video, Dr. Robin Miller discusses how simply getting your body moving can decrease your risk of heart attack and chronic disease.


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