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Research supports the idea that walking 10,000 steps a day contributes to reducing the risk of cancer and chronic diseases.
How many steps do you take? Clip on a pedometer and see if you're reaching this goal. If not, try to incorporate some of these ideas into your daily routine:
Learn more about the benefits of walking as exercise.
Remember to talk to your doctor before beginning an exercise program.
Learn about Dana-Farber's exercise classes and consults for cancer patients and survivors.
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