Coronary risk factors in type II diabetes: response to low-intensity aerobic exercise.

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Patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes are at greatly increased risk for coronary artery disease. Although exercise training has been shown to decrease risk factors, the presence of obesity, older age, and a sedentary lifestyle make a high-intensity exercise program an unrealistic choice of therapy. Therefore, we examined the effect of a low-to… (More)

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