Exercising This Much as a Teenager Lowers Blood Pressure: Study

In a small, first-of-its-kind study, researchers found that teenage boys who engaged in high-intensity exercise had lower blood pressure lasting up to an hour after completing their workouts. One downside of the study was that it only included boys and didn’t measure blood pressure beyond one hour, Newsweek pointed out. Even though the parameters of this study prevent it from studying outcomes for both genders in the long term, many other studies have shown that exercise in...

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