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How many minutes do you walk
in a day?
A. Five to 10 minutes
B. 15 to 20 minutes
C. 25 to 35 minutes
D. at least 45 minutes a day

A physical therapist shows how poor body alignment is behind most injury and teaches you the safe way to do many daily tasks. More >

How often should you get your blood pressure checked?
A. Once a month.
B. Once a year.
C. It depends on your last blood pressure measurement.

When schools made this simple, no-cost change, kids ate more fruit and vegetables at lunch. >
Heart problems begin when you are young. Six lifestyle choices can make a difference into old age. >
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