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Want to live longer? This is how many steps you should really be aiming for each day – The New Daily

Walking at least 7000 steps a day reduced middle-aged people’s risk of premature death from all causes by 50 per cent to 70 per…

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In 1965, a Japanese clock company invented a pedometer named the Manpo-kei, which means 10,000 steps meter”.
This was the beginning of the idea that 10,000 steps was the minimum number of steps people needed to take each day for the sake of their health.

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