How Excercise Might Slow Aging

How Excercise Might Slow Aging

New case studies show that intensive physical training may be a key to living a longer (healthier) life.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 2 december 2010

Scientists are now uncovering evidence that supports the idea that intensive physical training–beyond a simple daily workout routine–may be the secret to a healthier, longer life.

The New York Times reports that the age bracket of individuals aged 85 and older is increasingly being studied for their longevity; their diet, living conditions, social networks, and genomes are being probed for clues. The Montreal Chest Institute at McGill University, however, is studying the influence of rigorous training on sustaining a longer life.

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