Extra 15 minutes walking each day could grow world economy by $100bn a year, study suggests
A study carried out by Vitality and RAND Europe, unveiled today, has explored the benefits of physical activity globally, and for 23 individual countries. The report suggests that if adults aged 18 to 64 walked just 15 minutes more a day or did a slow jog for half a mile, the world economy would grow by an estimated $100bn a year until 2050. Further findings show that if the physically inactive - 36% of adults in the UK, according to the report - were to reach the World Health's Organisation's...
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