Life expectancy grows with 15 minutes of exercise, shrinks with TV

08/15/2011 | Reuters · HealthDay News

Taiwanese researchers reported in The Lancet that people who engaged in 15 minutes of moderate physical activity every day lived three years longer than those who didn't exercise. Meanwhile, an Australian study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine linked each hour of watching television to a 22-minute reduction in life expectancy among people older than 25.

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