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Will i be able to stay more active if i walk a lot when i retire?

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Dr. Stephen Daquino
Sports Medicine 21 years experience
Yes!: The key to being active later in life is to never stop being active in the first place. Walking is a terrific exercise, but if your health allows you to be more active then go for it. Exercise is as close as we get to a cure all magic bullet.

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