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A new study finds that people with Parkinson's disease (PD) who regularly exercised two and a half hours per week had an improved quality of life and mobility over two years compared to people who did not exercise or who exercised less. Furthermore, people with more advanced PD benefitted the most from regular exercise. The results appear in the March edition of the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease.