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Regular physical activity lowers the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes. If you're new to being physically active or want to increase your activity level, start slow and build your way up, don't be disheartened, set achievable goals, engage in exercises you enjoy, and incorporate strength training into your routine.
exercise , weight control, mental health , smoking cessation , memory , dementia , pedometer, activity tracker, sedentary , aerobic
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