Walkers have less incidence of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other killer diseases. They live longer and get mental health and spiritual benefits. Find out about the many health benefits of walking. Articles & Resources
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Walk and Live Longer Through Walking
Research shows that walkers have a lower death rate
Walking Prevents Cancer and Glaucoma
Walking reduces the risks of developing cancer and glaucoma, according to research studies.
Walking Downhill Lowers Blood Sugar
Research shows that walking only downhill had surprising benefits in lowering blood sugar levels and LDL cholesterol.
Walk or Die: Exercise in Middle Age to Cut Risk of Early Death
Research shows adults who are physically active in their 50s and early 60s are about 35 percent less likely to die in the next eight years than those who are sedentary. For those who have a high heart risk because of diabetes, high blood pressure or smoking, the reduction is 45 percent.