Physical Fitness Important for Longevity, Regardless of Weight

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A prospective cohort study recently published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings found that a self-reported brisk walking pace was associated with longer life expectancy across all weight categories—from underweight to obese, compared with those who reported being slow walkers. The cohort included nearly 475,000 middle-aged British men and women followed over about seven years. The […]
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