Acute moderate-intensity exercise in middle-aged men has neither an anti- nor proinflammatory effect.

@article{Markovitch2008AcuteME,
  title={Acute moderate-intensity exercise in middle-aged men has neither an anti- nor proinflammatory effect.},
  author={Daniella Markovitch and Rex Michael Tyrrell and Dylan Thompson},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={105 1},
  pages={
          260-5
        }
}
Strenuous exercise induces an initial pro- and subsequent anti-inflammatory response, and it has been suggested that this may be one of the ways that regular exercise reduces chronic inflammation and therefore the risk of cardiovascular disease. However, public health recommendations emphasize moderate-intensity physical activity, and it is important to understand whether moderate-intensity exercise has a similar anti-inflammatory effect. Twelve sedentary male volunteers (age 54 +/- 4 yr… CONTINUE READING
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