Study Finds Normal Physical Activities Can Benefit Health As Much As Workouts

February 1999
Jet;02/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p30
Mentions the findings of studies published in `The Journal of the American Medical Association' on physical activity. The health benefits of everyday activity compared to a 30-minute gym workout; Ways to get more exercise in one's life; Details of one the studies.


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