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19 March 2012

Active seniors may outlive sedentary peers

A new study provides more evidence that physically active seniors may have a better overall health outlook and a lower risk of dying than those who are less active.

A new study provides more evidence that physically active seniors may have a better overall health outlook.

Dr Sarkisian, who was not involved in the new study, told Reuters Health this does not prove exercise makes people live longer. It could be that people who were healthy enough to exercise are the ones who would have lived longer anyway.

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