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Exercise : To Stay Strong At Old Age

The Secret To Staying Strong Even In Your Old Age? Exercise Regularly

The ‘secret’ to staying strong as we age is superb fitness — that can be achieved by regular exercise — suggests new research. The study found that people who were elite athletes in their youth or later in life have much healthier muscles at the c...

Want To Stay Strong Even At Old Age? Exercise Regularly

Punjab News Express TORONTO : The "secret" to staying strong as we age is superb fitness that can be achieved by regular exercise, suggests new research. The study found that people who were elite athletes in their youth or later in life have much...

Benefits Of Regular Exercise: Physical Exercise May Slow Down Brain Decline, According To Study

Regular physical exercise has many benefits for a person's health and wellbeing. Physical exercise helps keep a person fit, strong, athletic and agile. A new study shows that there are other surprising benefits of regular exercise. A new study con...

Will Physical Activity Help Me With My Depression?

I suffer from depression and my doctor has given me a prescription for antidepressant medication. She says my mood may improve if I also increase my level of physical activity. But I find it hard enough just getting out of bed in the morning – not...

Lecture To Address Physical Activity And Aging | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Penn State Center for Healthy Aging will host “Move it! Physical Activity and Aging” as part of its Healthy Aging Community Lecture Series at 10 a.m. April 14 at Juniper Communities at Brookline, located at 1930 Cliffsid...

The Key To Thinking Young For Seniors: More Vigorous Exercise

A little yoga, a good jog, even a round of tennis is likely to keep your mind sharper and more focused, a study conducted by the University of Miami and Columbia University has found. "Our results suggest that moderate to intense exercise may help...

How Exercise Affects Alzheimer's Risk | Dailyrxnews

Keep moving, moving, moving. That's the latest message when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease. A new study from the University of California Medical Center reported that many different kinds of exercise can decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s. Research...

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Exercise : To Stay Strong At Old Age

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The secret to staying strong even in your old age? Exercise regularly