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Light jogging just once a week can add about six years to your life expectancy, according to a recent study, the Daily Mail reports. Jogging at a slow pace for one to two hours a week added an average of 5.6 years for woman and 6.2 years for men, according to the study.
Researchers in Copenhagen studied 20,000 men and women aged 20-93.
Jogging helps the body by improving circulation, preventing obesity and lowering blood pressure, according to the study.
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