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Why Exercise? Reversal of Coronary Artery Disease

Volume 2, Oct 2013

Roger White, MD, USA

The mention that he was an exercise enthusiast seemed to imply that his exercise had failed to prevent him from having the need for a stent. I also was a little surprised about the stent since I remember that George Bush had been a regular avid runner during his presidency. He ran regular 8-minute miles, which impressed me. I like to jog and am a couple of years younger than George Bush but there was no way that I could keep up his pace. Although I disagreed with most of his political policies, I could admire his personal dedication to exercise.

Volume 2, Number 4, Pages: 190-4

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