December 22, 2017 By Elizabeth McCammon
Outdoor activity is good for your heart

Exercise is good for you. Vitamin D is good for you. Now research suggests that combining the two—say, being active outdoors where you are exposed to vitamin D-producing sunlight—may be even better.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland looked at 19 years’ worth of health information for more than 10,000 people, with and without diabetes. Read more from this research news story now. Click here for other Diabetes Dialogue articles. Subscribe now for just $24, and have each issue delivered directly to your inbox!

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