Take a bus or taxi and be healthier!

If you've ever thought of ditching the car to work, for a more healthier option of commuting, here's more reason to do it...

Weatherman and Environmentalist, Simon Gear said that people who use public transport are healthier.

People who take the bus, taxis or train are are less likely to be obese, have high blood pressure and diabetes. They walk about 5 000 - 10 000 more than people who drive door to door.

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