Everyone knows exercise is good for your health. But let me remind you of some of the ways it is: Exercise cuts your risk for heart disease, joint and bone problems, and certain types of cancer. It can reduce your risk of disability and improve key aspects of your physical functioning, including walking, maintaining balance and getting up from a chair. Exercise also improves thinking, learning and memory. And, of course, it helps us look good, too. We still care about looking good, don't we?
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