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Meredith J. Luttrell, Benjamin R. Mardis, Joshua M. Bock, Erika Iwamoto, Satoshi Hanada, Kenichi Ueda, Andrew J. Feider, Kenzie Temperly and Darren Casey

exercise-induced mechanisms resulting in an increase in [TSP-1] in the circulation may be intact with healthy aging. Our finding, that circulating endostatin did not change following acute dynamic exercise, contradicts our hypothesis and conflicts with other reports ( Gu et al., 2004 ; Sponder et

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Kate N. Jochimsen, Carl G. Mattacola, Brian Noehren, Kelsey J. Picha, Stephen T. Duncan and Cale A. Jacobs

function. The lack of a comparison arm is a limitation of these findings, and as such, future studies should include both a group of patients with FAIS who respond favorably to conservative treatment and a control group of healthy age-matched patients. A more thorough comparison could include an

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Meg E. Letton, Jeanette M. Thom and Rachel E. Ward

. 2015 ; 21 ( 5 ): 64 – 70 . PubMed ID: 26393993 6. Rodrigues-Krause JK , Reischak-Oliveira A . Dancing for healthy aging: functional and metabolic perspectives . Altern Ther Health Med . 2019 ; 25 ( 1 ): 44 – 63 . PubMed ID: 29428927 29428927 7. The Sydney Morning Herald . Ballet for adult

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Mika R. Moran, Perla Werner, Israel Doron, Neta HaGani, Yael Benvenisti, Abby C. King, Sandra J. Winter, Jylana L. Sheats, Randi Garber, Hadas Motro and Shlomit Ergon

). This initiative is part of an ongoing international project named “our voice”, coordinated by the Stanford Healthy Aging Research and Technology Solutions Laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine ( King et al., 2016 ). One of the goals of these initiatives, among others, was to examine the

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Bora Jin and Idethia Shevon Harvey

pride in their aging. These older adults have considered themselves good examples of healthy aging and appearing younger than their chronological age. Similarly, Greenlees et al.’s ( 2011 ) study revealed that older extreme exercisers were perceived more positively than nonexercisers in terms of bravery

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Abby Haynes, Catherine Sherrington, Geraldine Wallbank, David Lester, Allison Tong, Dafna Merom, Chris Rissel and Anne Tiedemann

, 2018 ; Koster et al., 2018 ; Stathi, Fox, & McKenna, 2002 ). Healthier aging has widespread social and economic benefits, contributing to lower health costs and higher rates of participation in the workforce, volunteering, and caring for family members ( Age UK, 2011 ; Batchelor et al., 2016

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Rachel Cholerton, Jeff Breckon, Joanne Butt and Helen Quirk

& Pedersen, 2018 ). In addition, this inactivity gap also increases from early adult life up until approximately 85 years old, showing the largest differences in a population which is 10 years poststatutory retirement age ( Farrell, Hollingsworth, Propper, & Shields, 2014 ). Healthy aging has been defined as

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Thomas A. Perks

research shows early exposure to physical activity plays a significant role in ensuring ongoing engagement in physical activity later in life. 40 These same cultural changes in how physical activity is understood and the awareness of its importance for healthy aging may also help account for the more

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Andreas Heissel, Anou Pietrek, Michael A. Rapp, Stephan Heinzel and Geoffrey Williams

Healthy aging plays an important role in times of demographic change, with increasing rates of older people and falling birth rates in western societies. Empirical work demonstrates that regular exercise training can improve physical health (e.g., by decreasing fall rates ( El-Khoury, Cassou

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Catherine E. Tong, Joanie Sims Gould and Heather A. McKay

. , & Stathokostas , L. ( 2014 ). Correlates of extended sitting time in older adults: An exploratory cross-sectional analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey Healthy Aging Cycle . International Journal of Public Health, 59 ( 6 ), 983 – 991 . PubMed ID: 24474191 doi:10.1007/s00038-014-0540-3 10.1007/s