By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 October 2013 • 11:30
WALKING could save 37,000 lives a year. That’s according to a survey by The Rambler and Macmillan Cancer Support in Britain.
The report says just 20 minutes of daily walking could help stop people dying early from heart disease, stroke and cancer, but they found that one in three people barely walk for 30 minutes a week and only one in 20 people in England does enough moderate physical activity, such as walking, to get the health benefits.
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