National Walking Day

National Walking Day
National Walking Day is Wednesday, April 5, 2017. Sponsored by the American Heart Association, everyone who is able is encouraged to go for a 30-minute walk.

You can learn more about the physical, mental and emotional benefits of a daily walk in this article.

See if there is a Walk with a Doc program in your area so you can meet new friends, join a group and get advice from a health care provider while also tracking your steps to better health.
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