Have healthy long Life

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    According to research, those in their fifties and sixties who routinely exercise have a 35% lower eight-year mortality rate than those who don’t exercise. For people with underlying medical issues, that percentage jumps to 45% less likely.

    Pat Robinson

    Our cardiovascular muscles weaken over the years, so mild exercise such as walking will strengthen those muscles and reduce the risk of any heart related issues.

    Joan Wilkinson

    True, taking long walks can improve one’s cardiovascular fitness and increase one’s bone density thereby extending the life.

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