Any Level of Moderate-to-Vigorous Exercise Benefits Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Individuals who survive childhood cancer have an elevated risk for cardiovascular disease. However, a recent study that included data from the US National Health Interview Survey (2009-2018) found that engaging in any amount of regular moderate- to-vigorous physical activity is associated with a lower cardiovascular disease risk. Unfortunately, a third of childhood cancer survivors don’t engage in any moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Cancer, February 2023

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