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Study finds 15 minutes of moderate daily exercise lengthens life

Public release date: 15-Aug-2011

Health benefits of physical activity found to begin before people reach the half-hour standard

HOUSTON — Taiwanese who exercise for 15 minutes a day, or 92 minutes per week, extended their expected lifespan by three years compared to people who are inactive, according to a study published today in The Lancet.

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