Public Health England’s research suggests large numbers of adults do not walk for 10 minutes at a time once a month
About 6 million middle-aged people in England are endangering their health by not taking so much as a brisk walk once a month, government advisers have said.
Clinicians said such a lack of exercise increases an individual’s risk of prematurely developing serious health conditions including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, dementia and cancer.
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