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Want to optimize those 10,000 (or fewer) steps? Walk faster, sit less

(Oregon State University) That popular daily target of 10,000 steps is a worthwhile goal, but a new study suggests that if you find that unattainable, don't despair -- a smaller number, especially at moderate or greater intensity, can lead to health benefits too.
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