Working out too much can be bad for you, study finds.
Working out too much can be bad for you, study finds. CC0 Public Domain
Working out too much can be bad for you, study finds. CC0 Public Domain

Yes, you can exercise too much — and raise your risk of an early death, study finds

October 18, 2017 06:35 AM

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