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Aging and Disease    2012, Vol. 3 Issue (1) : 130-140     DOI:
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Exercise, Inflammation and Aging
Jeffrey A. Woods, Kenneth R. Wilund, Stephen A. Martin, Brandon M. Kistler
Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana IL, 61801, USA
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Abstract  

Aging results in chronic low grade inflammation that is associated with increased risk for disease, poor physical functioning and mortality. Strategies that reduce age-related inflammation may improve the quality of life in older adults. Regular exercise is recommended for older people for a variety of reasons including increasing muscle mass and reducing risk for chronic diseases of the heart and metabolic systems. Only recently has exercise been examined in the context of inflammation. This review will highlight key randomized clinical trial evidence regarding the influence of exercise training on inflammatory biomarkers in the elderly. Potential mechanisms will be presented that might explain why exercise may exert an anti-inflammatory effect.

Keywords Aging      Exercise, Inflammation      Adipose      Elderly     
Corresponding Authors: Jeffrey A. Woods   
Issue Date: 01 January 2012
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