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An extra 15 minute daily walk could boost global economy: study
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5 November 2019
On 5 November 2019 Reuters reported:
The world economy could be boosted by as much as $100 billion a year if employers successfully encouraged their staff to meet World Health Organization guidelines on exercise, according to an analysis of the economic impact of activity. The economic boost would come from lower mortality rates -- in other words keeping more people alive, working and contributing to the economy for longer, the study's authors said, and from employees taking fewer days off sick.
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