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Thérèse Henkin looks at re­search find­ings on ex­er­cise, can­cer and hid­den salt.

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - NEWS -

A new study shows that reg­u­lar, high­in­ten­sity ex­er­cise can slow down the age­ing of cells by nearly a decade. Re­searchers at Brigham Young Univer­sity in the US found that women do­ing high-in­ten­sity work­outs, such as jog­ging, for 30 min­utes a day, five days a week ap­peared seven to nine years younger at cel­lu­lar level than those who did only mod­er­ate ex­er­cise.

A half-hour jog five times a week can ex­tend your lifespan, ac­cord­ing to a new study.

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