Monday, February 13, 2006

Moving Makes You Young!

Vigorous physical activity could help people with osteoarthritis stay active for many years to come.

In a study of older people with arthritis, those who didn't regularly engage in vigorous activities had twice the risk of functional decline over time compared to the people who frequently exercised vigorously. But if your health makes vigorous activity impossible, don't despair. Even a moderate increase in activity levels can help fend off disability down the road.

RealAge Benefit: Exercising regularly can make your RealAge as much as 9 years younger.

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