From: TIME Magazine, September 1, 2016, By Mandy Oakland, Heather Jones 

Excerpt: “Emerging evidence shows that there are plenty of compelling reasons to start moving at any age and even if you’re ill or pregnant. Indeed, scientists are learning that exercise is, actually, medicine. “There is no pill that comes close to what exercise can do,” says Claude Bouchard, director of the human genomics laboratory at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana. “And if there was one, it would be extremely expensive.

Exercise is linked to less depression, better memory and quicker learning. It appears to slow aging at the cellular level, helps your skin look better and helps you recover from major illness.”  For the complete article, click here.