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People who walk slowly at 45 have older brains, bodies: Study

WorldNews Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
People who walk slowly at 45 have older brains, bodies: StudyWashington: Walking slowly could be a sign to identify how quickly your brain and body are likely to age, suggests a study. Slower walkers were shown to have “accelerated aging” on a 19-measure scale devised by researchers, and their lungs, teeth and immune systems tended to be in worse shape than the people who walked faster. “The thing that’s really striking is that this is in 45-year-old people, not the geriatric patients who are usually assessed with such measures,” said lead researcher Line JH...
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