20 Apr 2017 02:01 PM EST
A recent study performed in the United Kingdom found that biking to work could cut the odds for serious disease and premature death in half. For the study, researchers at the University of Glasgow looked at commuting habits of more than 264,000 people while tracking their health for five years. Those who cycled to work had a 46 percent lower risk of heart disease and a 45 percent lower risk of cancer compared to the sedentary commuter.
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