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Post Walking Works to Improve Health for Midlife Women

(Psych Central News) Midlife can be especially challenging for women as menopause-related hormonal changes can impact mental and physical functioning. A new study finds that walking, or moving more than 6,000 steps a day, can improve mental and physical health of midlife women. Researchers discovered this level of physical activity decreases the risk of diabetes and metabolic syndrome [...]

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