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Starting workouts in middle age tied to longer life
by Lisa Rapaport
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4 April 2019
On 4 April 2019 Reuters reported:
While regularly exercising over the course of decades is a great way to live longer, a U.S. study suggests that even people who don't start working out until middle-age may see similar longevity benefits.
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'We were very pleased to see that individuals who increased their exercise participation only later in adulthood still enjoyed the health benefits associated with exercise participation,' said study leader Pedro Saint-Maurice of the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland.
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