PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
AbstractIn today's world of pressures and tension, there is a growing conviction that the prevention of disease and the maintenance of health must be allotted a far more important place than has been the case in the past. A life free from disease is a most desirable goal. Increasing numbers of adults are now acting on the realization that they have not kept themselves in optimal physiological and psychological condition and are seeking health enhancement by reorienting their lifestyles. Against this background, it is important to ask the question "Is the recent increase in physical fitness activity and concern with cardiac rehabilitation through exercise based upon concrete scientific evidence?"
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