People who walk more have lower early-death risk, study shows

12/25/2013 | Reuters

Data from the National Walkers' Health Study showed that those who either met or exceeded the American Heart Association's exercise recommendations of 2½ hours of weekly activity by walking had a 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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