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Scientists Finally Did a Study to See If Taking 10,000 Steps a Day Actually Matters. Here’s What They Found

Whether it was from a blog post or the instruction manual of your new wearable health device, you’ve probably heard along the way that taking 10,000 steps a day is good for you. If you’re keen to maximize your health, energy, and productivity, you probably took that advice.

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Jessica Stillman

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Top Inc.com columnist/ Editor/ Ghostwriter. Book lover. Travel fiend. Nap enthusiast. https://jessicastillman.com/

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