Can Running Actually Help Your Knees?

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Gretchen Reynolds of The New York Times discusses two studies released by the Danube Hospital in Austria and Stanford University.  Both provide evidence that running does not damage knees.

Gretchen Reynolds – The New York Times

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Gretchen Reynolds of The New York Times discusses two studies released by the Danube Hospital in Austria and Stanford University.  Both provide evidence that running does not damage knees, as other researchers have suspected and attempted to prove.  Citing another Stanford University study from February 2009, Reynolds provides an even more shocking finding.  Stanford’s research shows that as long as runners’ knees are going through the proper biomechanical motions, the sport can actually help prevent osteoarthritis in older individuals

By: Gretchen Reynolds

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Published: Augst 11, 2009

New York Times

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