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Walking uphill or down said to aid heart differently

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / November 8, 2004

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NEW ORLEANS -- It turns out that whether a stroll is taken uphill or down, the cardiovascular system benefits, a finding that researchers predicted yesterday could yield important clues in the nation's increasingly urgent quest to slow twin epidemics of heart disease and obesity. (Full article: 765 words)

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