Walking to school may help lower a child's BP, stress

08/16/2010 | HealthDay News

Study data suggested children who walk to school may have lower blood pressure and heart rate readings and less stress. Those health benefits could help them avoid cardiovascular disease later in life, according to the University at Buffalo researchers.

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