Tulane University’s recent research proposes that climbing just 5 flights of stairs daily could lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) by 20%. The study emphasized the potential benefits of stair climbing as a preventive measure for atherosclerotic CVD. Analyzing data from over 450,000 adults, the study found that regular stair climbing was especially effective in reducing the risk of CVD in less susceptible individuals and could offset the increased risk in more susceptible individuals. Read more to learn about the impact of stair climbing on cardiovascular health.
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