Retired adults about as active as working adults, study says

11/7/2013 | Reuters

U.K. researchers found that retired adults spent about 7% of their time being active, compared with 6% for adults who were still working. Data showed that 20% of the older adults in the study met weekly physical-activity recommendations, and that employed and retired participants were equally as likely to do so, researchers wrote in the journal Age and Ageing.

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