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Daily Walks May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Just an hour a day of walking can reduce your risk of developing breast cancer by 14 percent, says a new study. Researchers also found that seven hours a week of vigorous exercise can slash your risk by 25 percent, Forbes.com writes. Currently the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends less workout time — 150 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity.
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