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How should I exercise if I am middle-aged?

Doing more than 200 minutes of vigorous exercise per week will help protect your arteries, especially in your middle-age years. Arterial stiffening, a common affliction of aging, is more common in inactive people, according to a study performed at the University of Indiana, and it’s worse for women, they say. Reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease by kicking it up a notch at the gym.

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