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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that adults aged 65 and older participate in 150 minutes of physical activity a week. Many Medicare Advantage plans offer fitness programs that give members access to gyms, YMCAs, recreation centers, and boutique studios for no cost or a very low cost.
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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

(NAPSI)—Have you heard the saying, “Movement is medicine?” Countless studies have shown that physical activity can help reduce the risks of serious health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, back and neck pain, some types of cancer, and even falls.…

3 months ago·Billings, United States
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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

(NAPSI)—Have you heard the saying, “Movement is medicine?” Countless studies have shown that physical activity can help reduce the risks of serious health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, back and neck pain, some types of cancer, and even falls.…

3 months ago
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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

(NAPSI)—Have you heard the saying, “Movement is medicine?” Countless studies have shown that physical activity can help reduce the risks of serious health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, back and neck pain, some types of cancer, and even falls.…

3 months ago
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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

(NAPSI)—Have you heard the saying, “Movement is medicine?” Countless studies have shown that physical activity can help reduce the risks of serious health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, back and neck pain, some types of cancer, and even falls.…

3 months ago
Read Full Article

Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

(NAPSI)—Have you heard the saying, “Movement is medicine?” Countless studies have shown that physical activity can help reduce the risks of serious health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, back and neck pain, some types of cancer, and even falls.…

3 months ago
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Three Ways A Medicare Advantage Fitness Plan Could Help Reduce Your Health Risks

Healthy aging and exercise programs can be great ways to keep fit and have fun.

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