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Amount or intensity? Study examines potential benefits of exercise for patients with heart failure

(Wiley) Physical activity can benefit patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, a common condition with no pharmacological treatment, but no clear recommendations exist on the optimal amount or intensity of physical activity for these patients.
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