Seniors who exercise have fewer fall-related injuries
It’s no secret that as people age they become more vulnerable to falling and suffering the often-debilitating consequences of that fall. But regular exercise can go a long way to strengthening muscles and improving balance, thus helping senior citizens avoid the pain and costly medical treatments that often result. As this UPI.com article by HealthDay News points out, exercise may help seniors avoid fall-related injuries. Click here to read more
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