It may be time to pull out your step counters and add walking to your daily to-do lists. A recent U.K. study indicates taking 10,000 steps each day can help cut your risk of dementia by half.
Researchers monitored the steps of 78,430 adults between the ages of 40 and 79 over seven years. Results showed that 9,800 steps a day could …
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Source text: MedicalXpress.com
Original title: Study shows how getting your steps in can reduce risk of dementia by 50%