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June 2003 Issue

Move It or Lose It, Says New Study

Becoming physically active, even at an older age, may help women live longer, according to data from four U.S. research centers that tracked 9,518 white women, 65 and older, for about 12 years. As expected, the most active women were least likely to die.

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