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Attention premenstrual syndrome sufferers: Take a walk!
A study suggests that a regular routine of walking or other physical activity may take the bite out of the syndrome's nagging symptoms.
Researchers at the Human Performance Laboratory at Ball State University, in Muncie, Indiana, compared two small groups of women suffering from PMS. One group of eight women began a fitness program that consisted of walking and jogging four times a week; the other group of five women remained sedentary.