Medicine’s Saket Saxena shares tips for improved aging and better health

What are the secrets to aging well?

U.S. News & World ReportSaket Saxena, assistant professor at the School of Medicine, said research is increasingly demonstrating that the way you take care of yourself today may have a big effect on your health later in life. “Exercise has been shown to reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease, muscle loss, obesity, depression, cancer and many other chronic diseases. It has a direct effect at the cellular level,” he said.