Worth a share from Runner's World:
New research provides further evidence that staying active could play a serious preventive role.
- Exercise has been linked to a reduced risk of certain kinds of cancer. And now, new research suggests that high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, may help thwart the growth of cancer cells, too.
- Researchers determined that even a single session of HIIT was effective at reducing the growth of colon cancer cells.
- While the study was performed in cancer survivors, researchers believe the same findings may apply to others as well.