Adults who exercise may gain 9 'biological' years
from HealthDay News via WebMD
Could regular, strenuous exercise be a "fountain of youth"? New research suggests it could be — for your cells, at least. "Just because you're 40 doesn't mean you're 40 years old biologically," said Larry Tucker, a professor of exercise science at Brigham Young University in Utah. "We all know people that seem younger than their actual age. The more physically active we are, the less biological aging takes place in our bodies," Tucker said in a university news release.
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