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Running can slow the aging process, according to a study conducted over two decades by American researchers and published on Monday. Regular aerobic exercise
significantly retards the aging process. Those who runs regularly live longer and are much healthier than their peers who exercise little or not at all. It was found that running
reduced not only the risk of heart disease, but of cancer and neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's as well. Consider going for a 30-45 minutes run/exercise daily, 3 to
4 times per week is sufficient to receive the benefits not only adding your quality of life but also prevent diseases and help you live longer.