www.bionity.com/de/news/151726/fitness-schuetzt-vor-chromosomenschaeden.html?WT.mcid=ca0264 Interesting links to relevant papers: Franzke B et al.; The impact of six months strength training nutritional supplementation or cognitive training on DNA damage in institutionalised elderly. Mutagenesis. 2015; 30(1):147-53. Franzke B et al.; The influence of age and aerobic fitness on chromosomal damage in Austrian institutionalised elderly. Mutagenesis. 2014; 29(6):441-5.Halper B et al.; Influence of age and physical fitness on miRNA-21 TGF-β and its receptors in leukocytes of healthy women. Exercise Immunology Reviews. 2015; 21:133-42.Hofmann M et al.; Serum concentrations of Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 members of the TGF-beta superfamily and Follistatin do not reflect different stages of dynapenia and sarcopenia in elderly women. Experimental Gerontology. 2015 (in press).