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Researchers from the University of Leicester at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Leicester Biomedical Research Centre studied genetic data from 405,981 middle-aged participants and found that a faster walking pace, independent of the amount of physical activity, was associated with longer life.

Health Analytics Asia Desk A lifetime of brisk walking could lead to the equivalent of 16 years younger biological age by midlife, says a new study conducted by the Leicester-based team of researchers. Despite the well-documented physical, mental, social and health benefits of walking, …

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