f you could convince yourself that spending time exercising is a sound investment in your future, would you be more inclined to make it part of your routine?
Maybe you will after you read this.
A study published Tuesday morning in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine calculates the benefits of moderate to vigorous physical activity in terms of its effect on life expectancy. The news is good for most of us who spend at least 150 minutes a week doing such activities.
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