Fit and fat?

Sullivan, Dana
September 1996
Shape;Sep96, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p116
Focuses on new research which suggests that carrying some extra weight might not compromise health after all. Findings of a study at the Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas that overweight men who exercised regularly lived just as long as men of normal weight; Body Mass Index; Contrasting results of a recent Harvard study. INSET: Finding your BMI..


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