Inside Your Health: Benefits of walking

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A new study published through an American Medical Association journal investigated the widespread “10,000 steps per day” recommendation that many people measure with fitness tracker bands.

The study found that people who walk at least 9,800 steps per day can potentially cut their risk of dementia in half – and walking pace matters.

KSTP medical expert Dr. Archelle Georgiou discusses exercise and dementia prevention in this week’s “Inside Your Health.”