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An entire industry has been built on the claim that 10,000 steps a day are necessary to be healthy.
But 10,000 steps is a random number that was used in a Japanese marketing campaign in th...
A research team investigated the potential benefits of taking 10,000 steps/day. They concluded that the average Japanese person could decrease their risk of coronary artery disease if...
For those who are chronically ill, have type 2 diabetes, or older individuals who are less active, there are concerns that making a rapid jump to 10,000 steps a day could have negative consequen...
Exercise scientists are trying to find out is 15,000 or 18,000 steps have long-term benefits over the 10,000 benchmark.
The intensity of exercise should also be taken into account. Increas...
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