WANT to live longer? Scientists say the key to longevity could be as easy as a walk in the park.
A study of almost 5,000 older people found deaths declined as their physical activity levels increased.
Just 10 minutes extra exercise a day reduced annual mortality rates by seven per cent. Twenty minutes cut it by 13 per cent and half an hour decreased it by 17 per cent.
Exercise helps people lose weight – lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some cancers.
It also protects against dementia by boosting blood flow to the brain.
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No doubting Thomas as big time beckons
LIFE CHANGE FOR SORBA
Let's leave this party right now
"IS IT just me or are we looking at a steaming damp squib from Sue Gray? A statement of the bleeding obvious?"
Reunited, boy and father in heartbreak farewell
THE brave dad and son whose emotional goodbye became one of the great images of the Ukraine war have been reunited.
Send long-range rockets, PM tells US
BORIS Johnson is urging the West to supply Ukraine with more military support, including a long-range rocket system, as he branded Vladimir Putin a "crocodile" who "cannot be trusted".
...as Nato chases off Kremlin jetfighters
The Royal Norwegian Airforce confirmed in a tweet that Nato F-35s, on permanent standby, were in action.
TORY MP'S SON 'HELPS DESTROY RUSSIAN TANK'
FOOTAGE widely circulated on social media claims to show volunteers in Ukraine - including the son of a Conservative MP destroying a Russian tank with rocket launchers.
Top stars 'put out feelers' to join exodus from BBC
It follows funding cuts, reduced pay and rows over impartiality at the under-fire corporation.
Liverpool fans out to paint Paris red
A RED army of Liverpool fans flooded into Paris yesterday as 6,000 police prepared to welcome them for the Champions League Final.
United we stand...heirs join Queen on balcony
Camilla and Kate are also set to join Her Majesty alongside Princes Charles, William and George to close the People's Pageant next Sunday.
RISHI: I'LL GIVE MY REBATE TO CHARITY
RISHI Sunak has pledged to donate his energy bill rebate to charity and urged wealthy people to do the same.
Why Was I So Tired and Thirsty All the Time?
Life can be exhausting-but a dangerous underlying condition makes it so much worse.
Meet Your Vagus Nerve
Here's what this noteworthy nerve does, and how you can work it to stay calm.
Two birds, one stone
Concerned your diet may be lacking important nutrients that keep your body functioning at its prime? Consider adding some dynamic duos.
FILL UP ON NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, THEN DECIPHER THE YOGURT CATEGORY WITH EASE.
Your Period Will Play Hide-and-Seek (And Other Truths About perimenopause)
Little-known fact: Menopause lasts for just 24 hours. It's the days, months, and even years leading up to it that can profoundly affect your mind and body. Not willing to quietly grimace and bear the changes, Gen X is bringing about a refreshing reframing of what this time in your life can be like. Our girlfriend's guide, with advice from women who have been there, will help you manage, because you've got options and a whole lot more life-including this time of life-to enjoy.
KEEP YOUR BRAIN YOUNG
Are your behaviors and attitudes aging your noggin or protecting it and keeping it sharp? These signs can tell you-plus, five ways to turn back your brain's clock.
The Fight of His Life
After years of secretly struggling, Bruce Willis says goodbye to acting and his legion of fans
GENE-EDITING HOLDS HOPE FOR TYPE 1 DIABETES CURE
A LONG-AWAITED cure for type 1 diabetes is on the horizon — thanks to groundbreaking transplant therapy and geneediting, experts say.
5 Habits for Healthy Aging
Look and feel your best as you grow older by following these simple, good-for-you steps
Immune Boosting Foods
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food," Hippocrates said. Since ancient times, humans around the world have looked to nature for both fuel and healing. Modern research shows many of the foods and herbs that people originally used as medicine, from South African hibiscus to Indian turmeric to Panamanian dark chocolate, still have immune-boosting health benefits today. Try integrating some of these tried-and-true remedies into your lifestyle, and eat to beat those winter flus.