Cycling keeps your immune system young, study finds

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The sport also preserves muscle and helps maintains stable levels of body fat and cholesterol

Cycling can hold back the effects of ageing and rejuvenate the immune system, a study has found.

Scientists carried out tests on 125 amateur cyclists aged 55 to 79 and compared them with healthy adults from a wide age group who did not exercise regularly.

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