Getting Fit: Why More People Are Walking The Walk

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Dr. Joan Dorn, Chief of the Physical Activity and Health Branch at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention

More people are getting their exercise by walking, according to a new study by The Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The health benefits are clear: Walkers generally have a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes. If walking is your form of exercise, why does it work for you?

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