UK researchers found that people with body weights ranging from underweight to obese who walked more briskly had a longer life expectancy than those who walked slowly. Published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings and based on more than 470,000 people from the UK Biobank, findings suggest that physical fitness may be a better life expectancy indicator than body mass index.
Fast walkers may have longer life expectancy, study shows
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