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Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
Looking to try a different way to keep fit, but don't know your Gyrotonic from your Tai Chi? We lead you through some of the most popular exercise classes.
Which exercise suits you?
Diana Moran offers more easy exercises to help you stretch your upper body.
At the age of 102, Fauja Singh is the world's oldest runner. Find out what inspires him and enables him to jog every day.
Dancing is in Alan Beattie's blood. He's been tripping the light fantastic for more than 70 years, and at 78, he shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
Eating healthily doesn’t have to be complicated or boring! In fact, it’s about making sure you have plenty of variety, so you get all the nutrients you need and maintain a healthy weight.
Physical activity is one of the best ways of boosting our health. We've got ways to help you strengthen your muscles and bones.
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Take part in one of nine 10k races happening across England in Feb-Mar 2013.
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