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Bob Sallis, MD: On Walking

Dr. Bob Sallis has the prescription for a healthier lifestyle: Walk 30 minutes a day, every day. Doing this will do more for your health than anything he can offer in a bottle, he says. By taking Dr. Sallis' tips, patients with diabetes can reduce, or even stop, their medications and avert future complications. Daily walks can also help strengthen the heart, which will help the onset of heart disease, and increase lung capacity, which can help […]

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Walkers Speak

Walking is about the easiest thing you can do to get healthy. Hear how everyday walkers are benefiting from getting out and about, and how they incorporate walking into their everyday lives. They explain how this form of natural, consistent exercise is also a great way to spend some quality time with those around you. Plus, it'll keep your legs looking great. Try to keep up as these movers share their experiences. Get more information at: http://www.everybodywalk.org […]

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Walk for Health: The Best Medicine

Most doctors agree, walking for health is the right thing to do. Listen in as these physicians explain the benefits of walking: how it can reduce cholesterol and blood pressure, help increase muscle tone, and keep your weight in check. Plus, getting out there and moving gets the blood flowing which can help with heart and respiratory issues, increase bone health–and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Check out this free advice and start enjoying the benefits of […]

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Benefits of Walking

Did you know that walking can help reduce or prevent diabetes, heart disease, depression–and even some forms of cancer? Everybody has what it takes to stay happy, healthy and strong. You just need your feet and the motivation to get moving. Find out how just taking a few small steps each day can help strengthen your hearth and lungs, greatly reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, improve your chances of survival of breast cancer and […]

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Walking After a Stroke

When Daniela had a stroke at the age of 18, walking again became a major step in her rehabilitation. Hear her inspirational story of recovery. Plus, therapists explain how important it is to get patients with brain injuries to take those crucial first steps, how the desire to walk again can be a great motivator, and how even the smallest steps can mean big improvements. Listen in as Daniela attempts to regain something most of us take […]

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