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Harvard Exercise Study #298336

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 27, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Boston, Massachusetts) Findings and recommendations of Harvard study on relationship between moderate exercise and human health examined. [Jack THOMAS, Ford CALHOUN - explain their motives for exercising.] [Dr. Ralph PAFFENBARGER - notes connection between moderate amount of exercise and reduced risk of heart attacks; elaborates.] Recent death of runner James Fixx noted adversely affecting some joggers. [MAN - acknowledges being concerned after Fixx's death.] Fixx's family mentioned having history of heart problems. [MAN - jokes about his age.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

Schieffer, Bob;
Young, Steve

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