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Exercise may benefit people with long COVID


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How Does Cannabis Affect a Workout?


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Regular exercise is associated with less insomnia, study shows


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Regularly exercising 2 or more times a week may cut insomnia risk


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Secondhand smoke may raise risk for atrial fibrillation


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