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A Study of 140,000 People Says Walking This Much Per Week Adds Years to Your Life

Human beings are not sloths. “We need to move,” Harvard psychiatrist John Ratey has explained. “It’s only 10,000 years ago that we were hunter-gatherers and we moved anywhere from 10 to 14 miles a day.”

Which might sound kind of alarming to you.

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