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Why GARDENING is the best fitness for elderly women: Just two sessions a week drives weight loss, improves stamina, and reduces depression 

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After just seven weeks, all of the participants in the study by the American Society for Horticultural Science had lost weight around their middle, felt less depressed, and had more stamina.
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