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Walking for Exercise – Expert Tips

Photo of two women walking for their new years resolution
Walking is an excellent low-impact exercise. Studies suggest that for every hour of walking, your life expectancy could increase by two hours. Plus, according to the American Heart Association, walking is the most effective exercise for heart health. You can even burn as many calories
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New Year, New You: Ten Tips to Keep Moving in Comfort in the New Year

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Pledging to get in better shape is practically a New Year’s tradition. If you’re one of the millions of people who commit to being more active this New Year, you’re more likely to succeed if you engage in a variety of activities. These low-impact exercises and tips w
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Health and Living in a Walkable Town

By Dr. Paula Bloom I’ve been getting a lot of comments about my weight loss lately. It’s a strange thing. On one hand, it feels good to have people notice all my hard work, but on the other hand, it means that they all noticed how heavy I was. This makes me feel a little vulnerable. W
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Walk the Walk!

By Meghan Cass How often do you walk instead of driving your car? Can you walk to your grocery store? Your children’s school? To work? We all know that walking is one of the best ways to stay healthy and fit and theoretically, it should be one of the easiest. But not everyone’s commun
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Keeping Your New Year’s Fitness Resolution

Q: I really want to make a New Year’s Resolution to exercise more, especially walking and getting in shape. Do you have any suggestions for really comfortable fitness shoes that might actually encourage me to keep my resolution for more than a week or two? A: I know how hard it is to
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