Great news from U of Eastern Finland!

Via 538 Significant Digits:

130 mmHg

New research from the University of Eastern Finland shows that saunas can have a wonderful effect on users’ health, rendering me effectively immortal. Time in a hot sauna reduced systolic blood pressure from 137 to 130 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure from 82 to 75 mmHg, which means my Russian bath habit should be covered by my health insurance. [Time]

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