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The best cure for aging? Stay active

Keep up the kettlebells, spin classes, rowing, triathlons or manual work such as gardening – whatever you like to do. Image:  Jacob Postuma/ Unsplash

Julie Broderick

Assistant Professor, Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin

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