Walking Just 35 Minutes a Day Can Reduce Stroke Risk in Elderly

Another study on the benefits of taking a walk has just come out, this time finding that walking just 35 minutes a day can reduce the risk of strokes in the elderly, Financial Express reports. If walking isn’t your “thing,” and you prefer a little stepped-up activity, then swimming or running two to three hours a week can help, too. The study focusing on 925 people with an average of 73 who had a stroke was published in the journal Neurology. Inactivity is the fourth...

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