Inactivity has physical, financial costs
A study published in July found that people who are out of shape have a 42% higher risk of dying prematurely than their in-shape peers, and another found that each person could save $2500 annually on medical costs simply by walking 30 minutes most days. Various other studies showed the benefits of exercising regularly and "taught us that being inactive could potenailly cost us years from our lives and many thousands of dollars from our wallets, " Gretchen Reynolds writes. The New York Times (12/21).
"Once again showing that some exercise is better than none, more exercise is better than some, and getting activity nearly everday is best. Consider a daily 30 minute walk as part of a prescription for health!" Dr. Dunn
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