Exercise lowers risk of falls, study finds

06/11/2010 | HealthDay News

A U.S. study suggests that people aged 20 to 87 who engage in aerobic exercise at least two hours a week reduce their risk of falling. Researchers also found that a lack of physical activity and fitness are more strongly associated with walking-related falls in men compared with women.

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