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Maintaining or starting exercise in middle age tied to longer life
by Lisa Rapaport
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17 July 2019
On 17 July 2019 Reuters reported:
Even if they were inactive during their younger years, middle aged and older adults who get at least the minimum recommended amount of exercise each week may live longer than their sedentary counterparts, suggests a large UK study.
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'This sends a strong message to all of us, irrespective of what our current life circumstances may be, since it is never too late to build physical activity into your daily routine in order to enjoy a longer healthier life,' said Soren Brage, senior author of the study and a researcher at the University of Cambridge in the UK.
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