This is an interesting study between two comparison groups. One group walked and received instruction on how to improve their home-based exercise programs. The other group received weekly lectures. At the end of the year-long study one group was healthier. It is an informative read.
People with poor circulation in their legs benefit from a home-based walking program and are more likely to keep it up over the long term, according to a new U.S. study.
Researchers say the home-based program may be more effective at keeping people motivated than hospital-based exercise for a common and disabling problem, and may be a more cost-effective first-line treatment. Click here to learn more.