Never To Late To Exercise

(From Health 24). On slow news days, I like to remind folks about the health basics - things you should be taking care of today if you want to be active and alive to see the future of real, working anti-aging medicine. "Exercise helps maintain and, in some cases, improve bone mass in people aged 55 to 75." Bone density loss through osteoporosis is a major problem - and while therapies are in the works, they certainly aren't here today. You should not expect future science to rescue you from the results of neglecting your health - maybe you'll get lucky, maybe you won't. Given the sorts of healthy life extension science we expect to see in decades ahead, it would be a shame to miss the boat - die, in other words - because you didn't take care of your health today.


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