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To avoid the worst effects of ageing, we might need to exercise harder than we thought

Vigorous exercise can ward of pain due to ageing. Image: Nelka/Unsplash

University of Portsmouth

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Only high levels of activity at least once a week appears to help ward off chronic musculoskeletal pain in the long-term.
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