Study: Exercise may prevent development of disabilities in adults with lower-body joint problems


A little goes a long way. 

New research shows you may be able to prevent developing disabilities by just getting up and moving around for an hour every week!

The study was just published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 

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It found success in adults with lower-body joint problems like pain or stiffness after they got an hour of exercise a week. 

For healthy adults, the CDC recommends 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week.

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