Rigorous Exercise Reduces Flu Risk

18 die in immigration recruitment exercise

Clockwise: Applicants at the National Stadium, Lagos; some of the injured applicants in Abuja; and exhausted applicants in Lagos, on Saturday

Taking part in vigorous exercise such as running, rapid cycling or rugby cuts the risk of catching flu. More gentle pursuits such as walking or light jogging were found to have little effect. Experts at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine examined data from its online flu study, Flusurvey. They found overall flu levels appear to be down on last year, with the flu season apparently curbed by a lack of illness among children and young people, reports mirror.co.uk.
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I dont know how long well continue in this charade and dubiousness. A country amply blessed with egg heads and abundant natural resources any country could think of, is faced with never ending problems for the past five decades. What does it take to have their tests carried out online at the http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm comfort of their homes, and interview conducted in batches within a comfort and peaceful atmosphere; even though it will take 3 months or more to round up the exercise. Shame on our leaders who has made us laughing stock and bedevilled our country with no hope in sight this is the fresh air promised by the current administration.
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Vigorous exercise ‘cuts flu risk’

More gentle pursuits, such as walking or light jogging, were found to have little effect. Experts at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine examined data from its online flu study, Flusurvey. They found overall flu levels across the UK appear to be down on last year, with the flu season apparently curbed by a lack of illness among children and young people. Over the winter flu season, 4.7% of people were believed to have flu compared to 6% the previous year. Some 5% of children were reported to have flu, compared to almost 8% the previous year.
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