Recreational Activities Such as Golfing, Gardening May Be Associated with Increased ALS Risk Among Men

March 12, 2024


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5-15 mins
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While many activities were associated with increased ALS risk, several were sex-specific. According to a study conducted by Michigan Medicine, participation in recreational activities (including golfing, gardening or yard work, woodworking, and hunting) may be associated with an increase in a person’s risk for developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS

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