Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images
Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images

Run more often and live longer, especially if you’re older or ailing, new studies show

  • Seniors – those over 60 years old – and people with disabilities and chronic conditions should exercise more frequently and for longer to prevent heart disease
  • Running as little as once a week, and for less than 50 minutes, can lower risk of death, according to an Australian study

Topic |   Wellness
Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images
Even 50 minutes of running each week is enough to lower your risk of death. Photo: Watford/Mirrorpix via Getty Images
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