Health Tip: Exercise Is Good for You

Even if you're elderly

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(HealthDay News) -- Studies show that exercise and staying physically active can help you stay healthy and independent, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

As little as 30 minutes of moderate exercise per day can do the trick, the agency says.

Before you begin an exercise program, talk to your doctor to make sure it's a good idea. It most cases, it makes far more sense than remaining inactive.


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