Seniors, increase your step count for better health

Increase your step count by combining your walk with other activities, like taking care of a grandchild and taking a pleasant route through a park as seen here. — ART CHEN/The Star

In today’s world, where step counters are commonly found in mobile phones and other handheld devices, tracking your steps and walking distance offers a valuable measure of your fitness and exercise efforts.

However, this metric is meaningful only if you have a valid baseline for comparison.

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