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What The Study Did: Researchers looked at whether taking more steps and higher intensity stepping were associated with reduced risk of death in this observational study that included almost 4,900 adults (40 and over) who wore a device called an accelerometer to measure their step count and step intensity (steps/minute).
Authors: Pedro F. Saint-Maurice, Ph.D., of the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Maryland, is the corresponding author.
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