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How 1 hour of brisk walking can benefit people with osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis among seniors in the United States. Click Here to Read More

Researchers say healthy habits may add years to your life.

What’s the secret to living longer? Click Here to Read More

Seniors Who Exercise Regularly May Have Younger Hearts, Muscles

We know we need to exercise for our health, but a lifelong exercise habit may also help us feel younger and stay stronger well into our senior years. Click Here to Read More

Exercise still the best approach to prevent falls.

Regular exercise in older adults offers powerful protection against falls. Click Here to Read More

Exercise cuts risk of chronic disease in older adults.

New research has shown that older adults who exercise above current recommended levels have a reduced risk of developing chronic disease compared with those who do not exercise. Click Here to Read More

Over 50 and Want to Boost Brain Health? You Should Exercise.

Exercise led to improvements in cognitive abilities, irrespective of a person’s current brain health. Click Here to Read More

Exercise can help an aging heart no matter how old you are.

New research finds that there is a sweet spot at late middle age, when getting off the couch and committing to exercise four to five days a week can make a critical difference. Click Here to Read More

Regaining muscle mass after age 60?

The process of bulking up works differently in older people than in the young. Click Here to Read More

Can exercise prevent age-related hearing loss?

Everyone knows that exercise helps keep weight off and is good for your heart but could it also be good for your hearing? Click Here to Read More