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Is City Living Good For Your Blood Pressure?

A new study conducted in the UK has found that the walkability in cities is highly correlated with the low rates of blood pressure among people living there. Research of 430,000 people living in 22 cities have found a significant connection between the walking in urban areas and this health benefit.

The Daily was joined by Dr Corneel Vandelanotte, a Future Leader Fellow at the National Heart Foundation and a Professorial Research Fellow at CQUniversity.

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