According to a new study, just 1 minute of exercise a few times per day may help you live longer.

Engaging in short, vigorous activities every day may reduce your risk of dying from cancer or heart disease. A recent study published December 8 in Nature Medicine found that even brief bouts of vigorous activity are linked to health benefits. People who did vigorous activity 11 short sessions per day had a 65% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, and 49% lower risk of dying from cancer, compared to those who didn’t do any vigorous activity.

Getting more movement in your daily routine may be a useful strategy for improving your health. A new study suggests that doses of exercise, even smaller than what is currently recommended, can bring about health benefits.

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