People who walk more have lower death risk, study shows

12/25/2013 | Reuters

Data from the National Walkers' Health Study showed that people who either met or exceeded the American Heart Association's exercise recommendations of 2 1/2 hours of weekly activity by walking had lower risk of early mortality associated with stroke, diabetes and heart disease compared with those who walked less. The results were published in PLOS One.

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