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Rethinking the Goal of 10,000 Steps a Day

A new study rejects the idea that you need 10,000 daily steps to lower all-cause and cardiovascular death. Instead, people who walked at least 8,000 steps 1 to 2 days per week were less likely to die within 10 years.

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