Exercise can prolong the aging process

Katie Hinderer | 11 March 2011
But maybe my need to workout and run, isn’t as crazy afterall, because apparently a vigorous workout plan can help you stay young. According to a new study it can even help reduce the speed at which you turn gray,
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