Fitness instructor Shelli Lentz, front, leads “The Fit and Restless” senior citizens group in stretching moves prior to non-impact aerobics at the Lynden Community Center in Lynden, Wash., on May 29, 2015. A new study shows life expectancy increasing in Whatcom County, and one of the factors is the amount of exercise seniors get.
Fitness instructor Shelli Lentz, front, leads “The Fit and Restless” senior citizens group in stretching moves prior to non-impact aerobics at the Lynden Community Center in Lynden, Wash., on May 29, 2015. A new study shows life expectancy increasing in Whatcom County, and one of the factors is the amount of exercise seniors get. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald
Fitness instructor Shelli Lentz, front, leads “The Fit and Restless” senior citizens group in stretching moves prior to non-impact aerobics at the Lynden Community Center in Lynden, Wash., on May 29, 2015. A new study shows life expectancy increasing in Whatcom County, and one of the factors is the amount of exercise seniors get. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald

We’re living longer – but just how long varies across Washington, study shows

May 09, 2017 03:16 PM