About 28% of U.S. adults aged 50 or older reported getting no physical activity outside of work in 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported yesterday. Inactivity increased with age, from 25% of adults under age 65 to 35% of adults age 75 or older. Inactivity outside work was higher among women than men, Hispanics and blacks than whites, and adults with at least one chronic condition than those without. “To help adults with and without chronic disease start or maintain an active lifestyle, communities can implement evidence-based strategies, such as creating or enhancing access to places for physical activity, designing communities and streets to encourage physical activity, and offering programs that address specific barriers to physical activity,” the authors said. For more information, see the CDC factsheet and infographic.