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Imagine you go in for your regular medical check-up — you get your blood pressure, heart rate and weight checked. Then, you get this question: what do you do for exercise? If that's not already your medical reality, it soon may be.
- "It’s one thing to hear on the news that a study showed physical activity is linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. But it’s another thing to have your own physician or health care provider tell you that it’s an important priority for you to walk 30 minutes a day or increase your activity."
This segment aired on December 14, 2015.