Can exercise training improve immune function in the aged?

@article{Woods2002CanET,
  title={Can exercise training improve immune function in the aged?},
  author={Jeffrey A. Woods and Thomas W. Lowder and K. Todd Keylock},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={959},
  pages={117-27}
}
Many strategies have been used to improve immune function in the aged. Unfortunately, many of these interventions have been disappointing, impractical, costly to develop and administer, or accompanied by adverse side effects. Aside from dietary manipulation (caloric restriction without malnutrition or antioxidant supplementation), research involving behavioral preventative or restorative therapies has been lacking. Moderate exercise training has been shown to elicit beneficial outcomes in both… CONTINUE READING

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