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  • Study shows driving can keep seniors healthy
  • Study shows driving can keep seniors healthy
    Jennifer Luis (2013) ©
SIGNAL

Study shows driving can keep seniors healthy

For many seniors, letting go of the car keys and ending a life-long driving habit is a watershed moment. But the potential impact is more serious than a loss of independence, with a new study showing that seniors could even experience adverse health effects as a result of no longer driving.

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