Studies show even a little exercise can boost longevity

11/7/2012 | Medscape (free registration)

Brisk walking for as little as 75 minutes per week may help middle-age adults live longer, even if they are overweight, National Cancer Institute researchers reported on the website of PLoS Medicine. They analyzed studies that included more than 650,000 people and found that low levels of physical activity were linked to lower life expectancy.

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