New Study Reveals Exercise Could Keep Cells Decades Younger

New Study Reveals Exercise Could Keep Cells Decades Younger
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A new study is showing that there may be additional benefits to exercise deep down at the cellular level.

Dan Gould
  • 2 december 2009

A new study is showing that there may be additional benefits to exercise deep down at the cellular level.

Dr. Ulrich Laufs, from the University of Saarlandes in Saarbrücken, Germany has found that the cells of 50-year-old athletes appeared biologically younger (sometimes up to decades younger) than healthy people of the same age.

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