I have lately found myself bombarded with pressure to exercise. Part of it is New Year’s resolutions, to be sure, but even the scientific literature has joined the lobbying effort. In October, the British Medical Journal published a review article suggesting that exercise and drug treatment were similarly effective at preventing heart disease mortality. Coverage…

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