Washington: A new study has found that people who walk to work are around 40 percent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive.Researchers at Imperial College London and University College London examined how various health indicators related to how people get to work, using data from a survey of 20,000 people across the UK.They found that cycling, walking, and using public transport were all associated with lower risk of being overweight than driving or taking a taxi.People who walk to work were also 17 percent less likely than people who drive to have high blood pressure.
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