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His just a step away. And another. And another. “You can have a fantastic workout just by walking,” says Jan Hertzfeld, health and fitness director for the Mesa YMCA.
The world is awash in statistics, and modern health care is no different: Heart rate, pulse rate, BMI, LDL . . . New stats seem to appear every day. But numbers are only so useful if your head explodes.
Mesa resident Kevin Young, 42, hasn’t been a paragon of health in his life, but he didn’t expect to undergo an open-heart surgery in his early 40s.
There's fresh evidence that a lot of young people could be headed for heart trouble. A large study of preteens in Texas found that about one-third of them had borderline or high cholesterol when tested during routine physical exams.
Are we nuts? We’re eating pecans, cashews, almonds and their crunchy cousins by the bushel, even though we’ve been told for years that nuts are junk food, filled with fat and lacking in any nutritional value. So here’s some news to brighten the day of the nut-crazed among us: