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Almost any amount of exercise may help older men win longevity race
by Lisa Rapaport
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1 March 2018
On 1 March 2018 Reuters reported:
It doesn't require a huge amount of exercise for older men to increase their chances of living longer, a study in the UK suggests. Every extra half hour of light activity ... was associated with 17 percent lower odds of death.
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... the results add to evidence that any exercise is better than none, even if more intense activity is better, said Keith Diaz, a researcher at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City who wasn't involved in the study.
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