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After struggling for years to tackle basic tasks, this Michigan woman is back to hiking, golfing and water sports—all thanks to joint replacement surgery.
In patio pots, backyards or community gardens, a little time in the dirt delivers unexpected health benefits.
Eager to get outside? Go for it! Just take care to limit your risks.
A homegrown garden isn’t just about fresh food. It’s also time well spent on health and fitness.
With these helpful tips, you can avoid the major aches and pains suffered by scores of yard warriors every autumn.
Low-intensity activities like gardening and dancing could help retain brain volume, ultimately slowing the effects of age.
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Researchers suggest 300 minutes of weekly activities such as walking or gardening as we age.