During the three months the group that held the cooling device cut an average of five minutes off their time during a 1.5-mile walk, reduced their waist size by an average of almost three inches, lowered their resting blood pressure and increased their exercise heart rate. Those in the control group saw no significant changes.
Read the entire article in the LA Times. This was also posted on other sites including Huffington Post, CBS News, New York Times.
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