Today we look to runners.

People who lace up their sneakers and head out for a sprint, run or jog. A new study is out and it says had a 30 percent lower risk of death in general and a 45 percent lower risk of death from heart disease or stroke. Runners lived an average of three years longer than their non-running peers. Participants who ran consistently had the most significant health benefits — including a 29 percent lower risk of death in general and a 50 percent lower risk of death from heart disease or stroke.

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