5/3/2012 – Study shows short, daily jogs boost longevity

“Ever since I heard Stanford researcher BJ Fogg, PhD, speak at last year’s Medicine 2.0 conference about how creating tiny habits can result in lasting lifestyle changes, I’ve been working on incorporating small goals into my daily life. So I was interested to read an Atlantic article about a study showing that jogging at a “slow or average pace” for 15 minutes a day may increase your lifetime by more than five and a half years.”

Read the full article at Scope.