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Sedentary Time Tied to Artery Hardening

Being sedentary may cause hardening of the coronary arteries with calcium buildup, according to a new study that sought to investigate precisely how periods of inactivity increase heart disease risk.

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Being sedentary may cause hardening of the coronary arteries with calcium buildup, according to a new study that sought to investigate precisely how periods of inactivity increase heart disease risk. (Reuters)

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