Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution.  
Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution.  
Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images
Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution. Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images
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Cycling and walking a good thing – even in polluted cities

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Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution.  
Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution.  
Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images
Citizens ride through heavy smog in Liaocheng in Shandong Province - despite the findings of the benefits of physical activity in spite of air quality, researchers stress it isn't an argument for inaction in combatting pollution. Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Visual China Group/Getty Images
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