New studies indicate that driving a car is good for your health, say sources at the National Underwriter's Testing Services (NUTS).
"The increased heart rate and blood pressure we find in drivers seems to be the reason," said Dr. Art R. Eablok, NUTS expert on
cardiovascular fitness. "The higher their blood pressure climbs, the more likely people are to have it checked. The more people who have their blood pressure checked, the more who will receive medication to lower it. We see this as very encouraging and positive."
Dr. Eablok is currently working on his new book, "How to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Eat Whatever The Hell You Want!"