Research: Middle age not too late to turn health around

Research shows that, even if lifestyles before the age of 50 were damaging, changes in middle age still can have a dramatic effect on health and longevity. Modest weight loss and exercise, for instance, were shown to cut the risk of diabetes in half among patients at high risk in a National Institutes of Health study.

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