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Frail, But Living at Home: Program Helps Elderly Stay Strong

May 26, 2022

From the Health Day website

It’s never too late to start exercising — and the right activities might help you stay independent in your home.

While building healthy habits at an earlier age can have some long-term benefits, adding physical activity can help at all ages, new research suggests.

A new study found that physically frail elderly people with low muscle mass (sarcopenia) were able to reduce their level of “mobility disability” by 22% over three years, using a program that included specific changes to their exercise habits and diets.

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