Daily exercise extends life
August 16, 2011 |
Exercise is good for you – everyone’s known that for a long time, right? But it turns out doing as little as 15 minutes of daily exercise could extend your life by up to three years.
The research is based on data from 400,000 people in Taiwan. It shows that doing just 15 minutes per day or 90 minutes per week of moderate exercise could extend your life and reduce your risk of death by 14%. It also found people who start to do more exercise tend to get a taste for it and up their daily quota.
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