Compared with men who had initially averaged at least 2 miles of walking per day, those who had walked
less than a quarter mile were 77 percent more likely to develop some form of dementia during the study.
It was so early that we walked
through groups of partygoers who hadn't yet made it home.
Lorraine Brill walked
briskly through what became a warm and steady spring rain--participating, she said, at her daughter's urging.
Since 1985 when Walk Michigan began, more than 100,000 participating Michigan residents have walked
approximately 276,000 miles, burning enough calories to lose nearly 8,000 pounds.
It didn't matter that her spinal cord was severed or that she had been a wheelchair user for twenty years, she had walked
into the arms of her loved one.
Last year, more than 25,000 people walked
the 10-kilometer (6.
The children not only walked
Monday, but helped her pick up day-old breads and desserts from Vons for the church food bank.
I always walked
wherever I wanted to go," Mildred states.
In his experiments, the device walked
successfully with a thin foam pad covering the brass strip, but it stalled when the holes were simply filled in rather than covered.
Last year, students, parents, and community leaders from all 50 states walked
to school together that day.
The right-hander walked
three Angels batters in the first inning after entering with six walks in his previous five appearances.
In one experiment, college students walked
on a motor-driven treadmill towed through an empty parking lot by a small tractor.