Studies show, as little as 30 minutes of walking per day can help reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. It’s no secret walking is good for your health but surprisingly, our society today is walking less than ever before – contributing to record-high obesity rates. The department of health and human services says more than two-thirds of adults in our country are overweight or obese. Walgreens, with a health initiative focused on prevention and early detection of today’s leading diseases, hopes to reverse the trend through a national walking movement. Walk with Walgreens aims to get Americans walking more on the road to better health, providing healthy rewards for every step you take.
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