Andy’s Quick Hits (218): Brisk walking slows biological aging

If you want to age better, then walk quicker, or those who walk quicker, age slower. That is the result of a recent study of 400,000 UK adults mapped to genetic markers of age by the University of Leicester.

What exactly did these researchers find?

They looked at the telomeres which you may have heard of. These are caps at the end of…

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