Live longer: Counting steps could slash your risk of early death by up to 65% – study


In the present study, however, 73 percent of participants were female, 84 percent were white and 71 percent had a college degree, so further research is needed in a more diverse population before conclusions are drawn.

The findings, however, chime with previous research published in JAMA in 2020.

It found that taking 12,000 steps a day had a 65 percent lower risk of dying than those who took only 4,000.

The National Institutes of Health noted: “High step counts were also associated with lower rates of death from heart disease and cancer.


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