Study reveals older women who exercise even a little bit live longer

March 1998
Jet;03/09/98, Vol. 93 Issue 15, p24
Mentions research indicating that women who exercise after menopause tend to outlive sedentary women. Details of the study as published in the `Journal of the American Medical Association.'


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