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Active seniors more likely to ’age successfully’
People who take up fitness later in life are more likely to "age successfully" and stay healthy compared with those who remain couch potatoes, a large British study finds.
Researchers tracked the health of 3,454 people in England with an average age of 64 living in the community.
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