Newsbites July 2022: Study Offers More Support for Benefits of Physical Activity in Older Adults

A randomized controlled trial found that physical performance in adults 65 and older was significantly improved by group physical activity and behavioral health sessions. The 777 participants were randomly assigned to receive either three healthy aging education sessions or 64 one-hour physical activity sessions plus 21 45-minute behavioral maintenance sessions over the course of a […]
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