CBC News – Active seniors more likely to ‘age successfully’


“We demonstrate, for the first time, that participants who remained physically active through followup were most likely to age successfully,” Simon Bacon of the Montreal Heart Institute at Concordia University and his co-authors concluded in the British journal of Sports Medicine.

“This study supports public health initiatives designed to engage older adults in physical activity, even those who are of advanced age.”

Participants who took up activity were also more likely to remain healthy compared with those who continued to be inactive…..(CBCNEWS)

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