Walk More, Die Less? More Data on Daily Step Count and Mortality
It may not be surprising, but new data reveal that individuals with a higher daily step count may not only be healthier, but less prone to dying from any cause.
Walking isn’t the most vigorous exercise, but as a form of physical activity, it’s highly underrated. While you’ll typically see me “speaking out” against blanket prescriptions to get 10,000 steps per day (which was an arbitrary number to begin with), the mental and physical benefits of walking have been proven time and time again.
Even our modern-day hu…
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