SDG 03: Good Health and Well-Being

Walking to school is more likely to keep kids active as they age 

When people start walking early, it can have a lasting impact on their health. Image: Unsplash/Caleb Oquendo

Megan Schumann

Senior Public Relations Specialist, Rutgers University

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